First book I ever picked up and got lost in is Franz Kafka's, Metamorphosis. For just a moment I wanted to be that hard-shelled bug wandering the world, getting sliced apples thrown at me! The adventures of being un-human seemed tumultuous, but thrilling.
Fast forward a few years, a college abroad experience at Trinity College in Dublin, a few too many pints of Guinness, and the writer was born.
The hidden corners of life are just scenes yet to be unpacked, characters yet to be freed, and information ready to be unleashed.
"A book must be the ax for the frozen sea within us. - Franz Kafka"
Not to be redundant, but the man's got a point.
Life is happening.
Why not be a part of the dialogue?
Writing for the screen is an entirely different process. One that requires my brain switch gears—it's a game I love to play.