I’ve put together a selection of my most recent and memorable work. I’m proud of each and every piece in my Writing Portfolio, and hope you will enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed writing them. For any inquiries, please get in touch.
After a prank for their channel goes too far, the Shocklosers are shipped off to Camp Analog-a summer camp nightmare! At Camp Analog, there are only rules-like no video games, no wifi and no phones! And to make it even worse, every kid there likes it that way!
But is there more going on at the camp than meets the eye? And can the Shocklosers survive it?
High school student Phoenix Hudson can’t help but spend hours thinking through her views of what life Is and Is Not, and the various forms and natures of love. One day during the summer she wakes to find her father gone, leaving no clue but a note on the counter and Phoenix to fend for herself. But as the money runs out, it’s not long until the reality of her situation catches up with her.
Noelle Davis has drifted through her adult life not really connected to the world since the tragic events of her past. Constantly stuck in the world of what used to be, it isn’t until she notices a student in her class that she begins to question life again.
Have they really found their way forward, or will the emotions they discover bring them to pieces?
The Act of Constant Drowning provides a lighthearted yet raw glimpse into the life of its author, Iona Stuart. From her first diagnosis at the age of 14, through boarding school and into adulthood, Iona details her experiences living with illness. The honest storytelling enables readers to understand the thought patterns, physical sensations, and emotional tolls embodied in life with MS, epilepsy, disordered eating, and depression.