Looking Forward / Looking Backwards is a series of articles discussing ACC PUB INK’s former and upcoming projects. I’ll be honest- I don’t think I’ve sold a single copy of Quest online. Yes, that includes eBooks, not just the ridiculously overpriced hardcover, and yes, financially, Quest has probably made like 5% of what the first […]Read More Looking Backward: The Valley Chronicles: Quest
Looking Forward / Looking Backwards is a series of articles discussing ACC PUB INK’s former and upcoming projects. I’m not sure how much to say about TCC besides this: it was an interesting idea, but in the end, it looked a lot better on paper. Lexxi, Luke, Gaby, Jenette, and Alex (Jenette and Alex never […]Read More Looking Backward: The Creativity Co.
Now on YouTube, check out my brand new channel, ACC Cinematic! If any of you remember The Creative Company, ACC Cinematic (or AC3 for short) fills that niche, covering ACC news, showing the upcoming two webseries, and featuring Self-Shame, my series of sketch comedy vlogs debuting now! The channel launches with four original videos: Welcome […]Read More New Channel: ACC Cinematic!
The following story is based on a game my sisters and I played as young children. There once was a sizable farm nestled in the hills of Northeast Maine. Although McDermott Acres, better known to locals as the Acres, had once been rather charming, the appeal had long since peeled away. Indeed, much of the […]Read More Prologue (Anna, Farmer)
National Honor Society’s ideals are at war with themselves. Since I’ve been inducted, I’ve heard the standard NHS spiel time and time again. It is printed at the top of the current chapter bylaws, marked as Article 1, Section 2: “The object of this chapter shall be to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate […]Read More Opinion: Everything Wrong With National Honor Society
Looking Forward / Looking Backwards is a series of articles discussing ACC PUB INK’s former and upcoming projects. Squirrel Academy has been, oddly, one of my success stories. Kind of. It’s all relative. I am so, so far from an artist, and my handwriting isn’t exactly wonderful either, so I was almost certain Squirrel Academy […]Read More Looking Forward/Looking Backward: Squirrel Academy