• Writer Unboxed
    Multi-author blog about the craft of writing
    Guest contributor (since 2010)



  • “Misting”
    Flash fiction
    Published in the Citron Review (Fall 2013 issue)



  • Twenty-Somewhere
    Web serial (2008-2009, compiled 2010)
    Winner in the St. Martin’s Press “New Adult” Contest (2009)

    Twenty-Somewhere tells the story of 3 best friends as they navigate life after college. Beautiful and confident Sophie Lin, goody-goody aspiring writer Claudia Bradford, and boy-magnet scientist MJ Alexander are ready to take on the real world — or so they think.

    But MJ’s hunky lab supervisor keeps distracting her from her research, and what’s worse, she almost doesn’t care. After years of single-minded focus, MJ may have lost her passion for science, and her sense of self along with it. Meanwhile Claudia’s passion for writing is stronger than ever, but her confidence is drowning in a sea of rejection. Her boyfriend Eli is supposed to be a life preserver; instead he feels like just another wave pulling her under. Last but not least, Sophie decides to swim against the current: she quits her advertising job in pursuit of a more meaningful vocation. Six weeks later, all she has to show for her idealism is a growing stack of unpaid bills.

    As their relationships go sour, their careers sputter, and a few too many ethical dilemmas arise, the girls reunite in Paris, desperate for a dose of the one thing they can always count on: each other. But after so much time apart, will that really cure what ails them? Or will their friendship fall apart like everything else in their lives?

    Written as 40 weekly webisodes, Twenty-Somewhere is the fast-paced, heartfelt story of 3 young women learning how to be independent, yet also hold onto each other, in this big, crazy, modern world.

    $1.99 | Amazon | | iTunes | Kobo | Smashwords

  • The Dieline
    Leading package design blog
    Editorial contributor (2008-2010)


  • “The Eraser”
    Short story

    9-year-old Mikey Griffin is a normal, mischievous boy. When he discovers a magic eraser at the bottom of his cereal box, Mikey gains the power to erase people’s memories. Suddenly he can get away with any prank or shenanigan, but is it really all fun and games? Or does this prize come with a price?

    99¢ | Amazon

  • The Good Daughters
    Multicultural women’s fiction manuscript
    Quarterfinalist in the Amazon Breatkthrough Novel Awards (2008)
    Phi Beta Kappa award at Carnegie Mellon University (2007)


  • “Love Story”
    Winner in the Fifty Beans competition from Starwood Hotels & Resorts


  • “The Escape”
    Short story
    3rd Place Fiction in the Adamson Awards at Carnegie Mellon University



  • Ama,” several poems, and 2 short stories
    Winner of the Karen C. Pinson Portfolio Award in the Scholastic Writing Competition, Regional Level



  • “New Park”
    Personal essay
    A+ assignment for the Study Skills summer course at the Kinkaid School