A book blog I started in 2012 as a high school freshman and continue to create posts today about books other forms of entertainment, in addition to blogging tips.
- How to Continue Blogging Even After 7 Years
- Should You Start a Book Blog?
- Signs Your Blog is Evolving
- Ways a Villain Could Ruin the Holiday Season
- Favorite Reads Over the Course of Bookwyrming Thoughts
- Why Do We Create Content? Why Do We Continue Creating Content?
The Arts STL
The Arts STL was created in August 2017 after the end of PLAYBACK:stl, covering art in all different forms, particularly from the St. Louis area. Articles cover music, film, comics, books and theatre.
- Some of the Best K-pop Artists of the 2010s
- Top 8 YA Books of 2019 (Plus 1 MG and NA)
- Top 8 YA Books of 2018
- Fake It Till You Break It by Jenn P. Nguyen
- This Mortal Coil by Emily Suvada
Formerly Zipline Live, Video Squirrel is a startup I interned during summer 2019 that turns video content into a point of sale and is shareable across various platforms. More unpublished articles are available upon request.
- Capturing Moments is Important, But So is Privacy
- Blogging is Evolving, Not Dying
- Start Collaborating With Customer Service, Now
- You’re Not Trash — But Your Cold Email Outreach Is
60 Seconds Online Magazine
60 Seconds is an online magazine produced by OmicsLive! where I interned as a book reviewer from August 2018 to May 2019, then as a website manager until August 2019. The site blends journalism with the fast-paced world of technology and articles can be read in a minute or less.
- The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein by Kiersten White
- A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro
- Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C. Dao
- Let’s Talk About Love by Claire Kann
Scheduling Posts [PDF] – a piece I wrote for Project Canvas, which published on November 15, 2018, featuring tips and advice about writing from young adults around the world.