Books I’ve written.
The idea of writing books has always been interesting to me. When I was eight, I discovered that you could turn a cursive “S” into a duck. So, I wrote and drew a mystery comic book about a duck detective and his mathematician assistant. In 2016, I self-published my first book, Keep Creating and, even though I cringe every time I open it up and notice all the grammatical errors (live and learn), I’m damn proud of it.
Keep creating: 83 ways to keep creating the things you love
Throughout my life, I’ve noticed that when I’m happiest is when I’m creating things. Built on the belief that “The opposite of play is not work; it’s depression” - Brian Sutton-Smith, it’s truly a testament to the power of play for adults.
Self-publishing was one of the hardest things I’ve done. Not just technically (there are SO many steps), but from a personal standpoint. Throughout the project I dealt with imposter syndrome and stopped completely multiple times. When I finally finished it, I realized it was more about the process than the final product.
It’s okay to call yourself a writer. It’s okay to call yourself an artist. Just Keep Creating.
Everything you need to write sketch comedy
A free downloadable 22 page eBook on how to write sketch comedy. If you’re into that sort of thing, it’s pretty helpful and has been downloaded over 1,000 times in just two years. Download it for free.