As a kid, a teenager, and even as an adult I have always felt like a no-name slob, an outsider in social situations. I can still connect to Holly as a character, and it makes me understand a part of myself. In my eyes, Holly is fighting her own struggle with mental illness as she tries to find herself in the chaos of the battle.
I have been so serious lately with writing my blog. I have shared my struggles and my love for writing. My fellow mental illness community bloggers have seen the best … Continue reading The Bipolar Writer’s Top 10 Favorites Lists Pt. 1
My husband and I enjoy old movies. My favorite movies of all time are Casablanca and It’s a Wonderful Life. In fact, we have a jumbo canvas print of an original … Continue reading I need my Sleep
I was starting my Spring cleaning today because I noticed that things were getting messy in my workspace and where I sleep. The books were piling up and so where … Continue reading My Quotes Notebook
Happy Thanksgiving my fellow bloggers. I thought long and hard about writing my thoughts on the things that I am thankful for this Thanksgiving. It has been a crazy week … Continue reading What J.E. is Thankful For This Year
In an effort to share my writing and get feedback I wanted to share some scenes from my screenplay entitled “Memory of Shane.” The following is from two scenes at the start … Continue reading Excerpt From “Memory of Shane” Act 2