The “Journey of an Unraveled Road” isn’t just a book, it’s a lifestyle. I’ll be the first to admit, I never expected to make a mark. Maybe a minor scratch, but the expectations that I could have ever imagined. For the long time, I identified with the character Gracie Hart pre-beauty pageant as I’ve always been clumsy af and a girly tomboy who was afraid to stand up for myself and let people walk all over.
The Road So Far
Im a big nerd and watch an array of science and supernatural television shows. I love Comicon and secretly always wanted to rock the Xena Warrior Princess costume. The old me was very insecure, called herself the ugly duckling, and believed in the night and shining armor. Since then I still yet to wear the Xena Warrior Princess costume, who needs a knight when your a third degree black belt, and my pelvic exerciser does a better job than the pretty boy that has mommy issues and had the expectations that his not so great moves, his pretty face, and his chiseled abs will make up for being able to hold a normal conversation…and by the way gets easily de-masculated since he doesn’t even know how to change the oil of a car and since your tomboyish thinks will get offended when he says “you like a man” like bruh if your gonna insult me, be more creative. And don’t piss me off cause I will not hesitate in making you say “who’s your daddy now” if you think your gonna hurt my feelings.
Truth is the only thing I have to prove is the things I need to prove to myself. For a no name author, I was a contestant in American Idol, wrote a published book, working on the self help series which the second book should be ready by September, working on a fiction series that may ve a television series. When you being these things up, you get the usual insults, like you will be nobody