Writing has always been a passion of mine, be it fiction or journalism. I write about K-pop, nerd culture, travel, fashion, and occasionally wander over to the academic and literature realms.
This volume is a collection of essays on the women in the Sherlock Holmes stories as well as in adaptations and pastiches. It consists partly of the Baker Street Babes’ contributions to our tumblr series ‘Femme Friday,’ as well as essays written after we posted a call for contributions on our social media.
I contributed two pieces towards this collection, one on Olivia Flaversham from The Great Mouse Detective, and one on Grace Dunbar from The Problem of Thor Bridge.
Femme Friday is available in bookstores and online at Blurb.
The One Fixed Point In A Changing Age is a collection of essays on Sherlockiana written exclusively by members of online fandom. I thought up the idea and am the editor on the project along with two of my Baker Street Babes colleagues.
In an effort to prove to the greater Sherlockian world that the online community has something more to say than just animated gifs and oogling of actors, this collection of essays will feature the voices of the new generation of fans who find their clubs and scions in forums and blogs.
The One Fixed Point is available at book stores everywhere and online at wessexpress.com.
Something Amusing is my first novel and was published by Drakestone Press in 2011.
Maxwell Bamford, bless his soul, is very much the gentleman of the age. Young, handsome, and wealthy, he enjoys a certain lifestyle, but cannot rise to meet it.
Mr. Bamford, you see, is as much good company as a dead squirrel.
Joined by his feisty sister and charming-yet-foolish best friend- the three souls flounder through life until they are up-rooted from their pampered bubble and thrust into the outside world.
Set in colonial India prior to The Raj, Something Amusing is the story of three friends who discover romance, new faces, and their own ignorance of the society surrounding them.
Something Amusing is available at book stores everywhere and online at Lulu.
The Nerdventurists is my travel blog and occasional vlog. It’s all about a nerdy girl 🤷 & her friends 👭 traveling the world. Travel is my truest love and after driving 1/3 of the way around the world for charity in the Mongol Rally, I decided to keep up the adventures and write about them. Contents include guides, reviews, interesting and nerdy things to do, as well as branded content. www.nerdventurists.com
Very Nerdy Curly is my personal blog featuring musings, shenanigans, interviews, and ramblings about the media at large with a nerdy twist. www.verynerdycurly.com