okay soooo, it's time to stop hiding! i'm transgender and over the past year i've been transitioning and i'm sick of keeping it all a secret. i'm on hormones now so i figured now is the time to come out. i'm going by Sophia but Sophie for short is fine. :)
i don't really feel proud or confident or anything, it's a nightmare, but maybe i'll get there one day. hopefully things will get better, i finally feel like i have some kind of a future instead of a void of misery or whatever for the rest of my life. this has been a long time coming.
thank you, everyone!
Hey everyone! It's obviously been ages since I wrote anything significant on here--apologies! It's been a nutty year...and if it's any consolation I have no time to write for thebrewsite.com any more, either (and beer is real passion of mine)...but, I have been doing writing and I wanted to share...this is the first part to my short, dark NEW GIRL fan fiction (yes, the TV show). Enjoy!
Nick Miller was a man known more for his anxieties and superstitions than his intelligence and forethought. It was 2:23 am and he lay in bed, staring at the ceiling. Jess, the love of his life, was fast asleep next to him, exhausted from a l
Hey everyone! Not sure how many folks will be in Seattle this weekend for the Emerald City Comic Con but Liam and I will be walking the floor and talking up the power that is Motion Books! If you see two unreasonably handsome gents wearing the Madefire logo--say hello! I might have an extra t-shirt on hand to give you :)
Have a great weekend!
It's been a while since I wrote up another amusing memoir from my 15+ comic book career so I felt it was time to reveal a rarely-seen side of my personality—the nerd out! (And by rare, I mean almost NEVER WITNESSED!)
Growing up, I was never the biggest comic book fan as I primarily read my older brother's comics while occasionally buying my own (and when I did, they were X-books—I was a Marvel Kid!). It was the late 80s and a great era to be buying Marvel books—Jim Lee and Marc Silvestri at top of their game, Claremont was writing magic on the X-Universe and the incredible Arthur Adams was producing outstanding work on shorter stories and m