Who is the Macho PHiLL ?I am the tower of power, too sweet to be sour. Funky like a monkey. Sky's the limit and space is the place! I’m too hot to handle and too cold to hold! And I am… the cream… yeah… I the cream of the crop. And there is no-one that does it better than the Macho Man PHiLL! On balance, off balance, doesn't matter. I'm better than you are, yeah and I'm taking over TBK! Sunday Night Slams the Podcast to be on! I'm on my way and nothing is gonna stop me. Nothing's gonna stop me! DIG IT!
The ‘Macho PHiLL” is the personality Phillip Carr plays on TBK SNS Podcast. Phillip Carr is a 6-time American Advertising Award winner. When he is not bringing his insights to the wrestling buis, he makes local commercials and movies. You may know him from the film ‘BAX NOIR’ which can be seen right here on TBK website.
Phill is a huge nerd when it comes wrestling, video games, Doctor Who and superheroes. I mean, you would have to be to have a Tardis in your livingroom. Phill’s goals are to continue to entertain people thru varies forms of media. Podcast, short films & youtube shorts.
In short. I've been in the danger zone!.Yeah, yeah, yeah! I've been in the danger zone east of the Pacific Ocean, west of London England, south of Mars, and north of Hell!
Chicago native and Saint Xavier University alum (class of 2007), Amanda Walsh is an aspiring journalist with a strong passion for music and longtime love of writing. While in college, she spent her time volunteering as a radio DJ, working as the station’s Music Director, and serving as a regular contributing writer for the campus newspaper where she combined her love for music and writing. Between attending multiple concerts a month all over the city, interviewing various bands both in and out of the studio, and introducing her friends and show listeners to new artists (both local and national acts), it was during this time that Amanda really discovered her niche. Whether listening alone with her headphones or experiencing it live in person, music has always been Amanda’s safe haven and more like a religion, with concerts feeling more like going to church. Today the number of artist interviews under her belt continues to grow, as she strives to break new and up and coming artists before other outlets. She also continues to attend as many concerts as her bank account will allow.
Her musical tastes range from “OMG you have to hear this” to “please don’t judge me,” and she is the person you want on your team in music trivia. She is also an avid enthusiast of the paranormal and anything in the realm of horror or the creepy and unnerving. With that said, she loves Halloween more than a normal person probably should and has a fascination with cemeteries. Aside from music and concerts, Amanda also enjoys reading, shopping and epic adventures. She's a sucker for a good mystery and anything acoustic. When she was a kid she wanted to be Nancy Drew when she grew up. At the end of the day, if she had to describe herself with a song lyric it would be this – “I’m somewhere in between what is real and just a dream.”
Hi, my name is Amber aka blur. Blur is a childhood nickname my dad gave me because of my ADHD and that’s all he ever saw of me. I like to call myself a nerd gamer extraordinaire. I spend most of my time writing, gaming, and watching TV. I have a huge addiction to British television. My obsessions are Doctor Who, Sherlock, & Orphan Black. I am happily married to the love of my life and we have two cats named Charlotte & Mina. We also have a huge dog who thinks he’s a baby named Maximus. Our idea of a good weekend is lots of coffee, big bowls of cereal, and gaming on our separate TVs that are in the same room with separate headsets. I have way too many talents and not enough outlets. Not only do I write, but I sing, draw, play guitar, sew, craft, cut hair, dye hair, and many more. I’ve heard that genius borders insanity and I tend to cross between the two constantly. Other than that I love music, my furbabies, and documenting everyday life .I believe that if you aren’t living life if you hate your job so find something you love and stick with it and your happy ending will soon follow behind. Don’t take life so seriously, No one makes it out alive anyway.
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Amy Albert recently moved to LA from NYC. She's been a comedian for about 12 years and has toured the US and the UK with her one woman show, Delilah Dix-America's Showgirl. She started out at UCB in New York but made her home at The PIT where she was on a house improv team, a long form musical improv team, and taught improv and characters. Assistance the Series has been featured in festivals and screenings across the country, and Amy is super, duper proud of it! In addition, she wrote The Secret Life of Otters, a web series about a couple of comedians that move to LA from NYC and are super awkward and end up insulting everyone all the time. Like two Larry David’s but one isn't Jewish and both aren't bald. She currently performs with iO West's Headliner Sketch team, The Mutiny, runs a character show every month at The Clubhouse, and has a super sweet 15 pound Yorkie named Dave, who she feeds off the table literally every meal and feels almost no guilt about it. She wrote this herself in the 3rd person and expects your judgment about that. www.laughatamy.com
I was always the weird child. I liked books, quilting, cooking, and crafts way before it was cool. My appreciation for nerd culture was instilled at a young age and has only grown through the years. I have been an proofreader for TBK for some time, so it is only natural progression to share my opinions now. Hopefully in a fun way to some like minded people.
Hey! Most people know me as Bobbie Lynne. I grew up in a small town in the fields of Arkansas and now live in a small town in the trees of Tennessee. I am a mother of three wonderful, very energetic kids. I pay the bills as a full time construction worker. I am an absolute clean freak (most say I have OCD). Imagine Super Woman on crack meets bipolar book worm… Yep, that’s me! I’m addicted to chocolate, Netflix, adult romance novels, and poetry. I’m a huge Edgar Allen Poe and Maya Angelou fan! I’m just a small town southern girl at heart. I enjoy camping, fishing, ATVs, anything outdoors, writing, shooting pool, cooking, and cleaning. Yes, you read it right… I enjoy cleaning. To sum it up, I am just a small town girl trying to live a small town life… The southern way! I hope you enjoy what I bring to the table!
I suppose my story begins(as most do) on the day of my birth. I mean, i’d like to sit here and tell you about the ticker tape parade that was thrown in my honor, or that my being vaginally farted into the world signaled a time of unbridled peace and love throughout the galaxy, but i will do my best to try and be humble about my epic origins. Truth is my real origin is as ordinary as apple pie. I was hobbled together from various body parts of criminals on death row who opted to be organ donors. I suppose you could say I’m the Bizarro six million dollar man (but judging by my appearance you couldn’t tell they spent more than a few shillings on me).
In between being chased by townsfolk with pitchforks and torches opposed to the “abomination” of my existence i have developed a passion for writing. The only thing that can match such lofty desires would be a lifelong passion for film. I mean I’m quite nerdy about lots of things (video games, comic books, music, etc…) but cinema in all its shiny golden splendor has captured my attention more than anything else. It’s something I try to share with the world at large, as much as possible. I figure if i can find the magic in such things, maybe i can help others do so as well.
I’ve written quite a few poems(mostly about my first few years as a dime store knockoff Mary Shelly creation) but have stuck to mostly movie reviews. I am quite elated to be able to relate my thoughts and opinions on all things film with those who take the time to read them. I hope to have a positive impact here on the site and am looking forward to not only working with the staff currently in place but being able to reach a wider audience as well.
P.S. If some of my work comes off a bit sloppy and meandering, its just because the doctor responsible for the stitch job on my cranial cavity didn’t do that great job and my brain has fallen out of the hole in my head they used to pump blood into. Cheers Mates!!
My Name is Chelsea Hays. I am a Grad Student, superhero buff and future journalist turned superhero. I have a Bachelors of Science degree in Graphic Communication from Arkansas State University. I am usually really shy and quite until you mention superheroes or anything in the nerd culture and I will jump right into the conversation. I have a passion for cosplaying, reading comic books, photography and design. My list of favorite comic book heroes include The Flash, Wonder Woman, Rogue and Captain America, even though my all time favorite character is of course Harley Quinn. That is just a little bit about me.
E.D. Wilson is a wandering spirit. She has traveled across our good nation, jumped the pond to hobnob with our distant relatives once or twice, and then got bored and relaxed with the islanders in Hawaii, where she had an epiphany; it was time to quit procrastinating and go back to school. Like most things in life, she submersed herself, dug in amongst her laptop and books, and remained there for two years. Finally, after graduating in 2012, she has emerged again among the rest of civilization. Wider, brighter, and full of Graphic Design knowledge that remains somewhat useless without a job, she dusts herself off and has a look around; and she realizes she has missed much entertainment. Like, what the heck is “Inception”, who are “X-Men, First Class” (do they have classes, I thought they were an anarcho-syndicalist commune?), and why did they make another “Pirates of Caribbean?” So my friends, as a favor to a friend, and a desperate need to live “Mystery Science Theatre 3000” she has locked herself in front of several movies, and vows to review the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Hello fellow nerds, I’m Ellie! I grew up in the mountains in New Mexico, but am currently living in the tiniest town in Western Oklahoma. I have ten siblings(no I’m not Catholic or Mormon) which probably isn’t very relevant here but just a fun fact. I love reading and spend most of my time with my nose in a book. I always keep a book in my purse because you never know when you might get a chance to read. I am completely obsessed with Patrick Rothfuss. I stalk him on a regular basis. This is my first time writing for an audience so I am incredibly nervous. Usually the only reader I have is my mother so this is going to take a bit of getting used to. My main goal in life is to entertain and inform with wit and a bit of quirkiness so I think I will fit in here just fine. I’m excited for this opportunity and am looking forward to(hopefully) entertaining you!
Hello people! I am Emerson and I am a geek. I enjoy making people laugh and don’t mind being the butt of the joke. Though I usually make others the butt of jokes. Well, enough about butts. I have two kids who are my whole world and are commonly referred to as Luke and Leia. My love life is laughable and I don’t see an end to that any time soon. So if you think I’m pathetic, just keep reading what I write cause it gets worse. You may end up feeling better about yourself.
Jake Alexander is an American comic book artist, writer, musician, and event organizer hailing from the North Eastern Arkansas region. He is the creator of “The Art of Murder”, “Toy Box of Terror”, “One Up”, “Box of Odditty”, “Meanwhile on a Tuesday”, and co-creator of, “Blind-Man and Deaf-Boy”. Jake Alexander is the CEO of the “Friendly Neighborhood Comic Expo” in the North Eastern Arkansas region. Follow him on Twitter @TheSobBaget
Or Send all of your hate mail to: JakeAlexander@tbkmagazine.com
A natural born reader, James tackled the works of Stephen King and Michael Crichton when he was in the sixth grade. His influential young mind, now twisted by the science fiction and horror genre, James did what any respectable young man would. He began crafting stories. Instead of playing in recess, James would write stories about dinosaurs and serial killers.
He hasn’t stopped writing or reading which is where his path crossed with Burning Willow Press, LLC. Ironically enough, you can find James’s first published work, “The Dark Forest,” in the anthology “Crossroads in the Dark II: Urban Legends” published by Burning Willow Press.
His first book, “The Book of Roland” published Feb. 25, 2017, is a 2017 Summer Indie Book Award nominee. It is the first of seven in the Soul Eater Chronicles and it is centered around a katana wielding, gunslinging, pop culture referencing monk named Timothy as he fights the incarnations of the Seven Deadly Sins. His next book, “The Book of Mark”, is scheduled to come out early 2018.
James graduated from Indiana University South Bend with a Bachelor’s degree in English and a Minor in Film Studies in 2015. By day, James works as a mild-mannered reporter for The Pilot News as well as an editor for the weekly paper The News-Mirror. By night, he works for BWP reading submissions or writing his own works.
Howdy, my friends call me the country nerd. I am big on PC games, (Diablo 3, LOTRO, and use to play WOW) I read a lot, (usually a book a day) I can look at something and draw it, (may take me a little while to finish) I like camping, swimming, hunting, fishing, dirt track racing and shooting guns. I can fix a car yet I can still be the girly girl when I need to be. I like to write about whatever pops in my mind. I speak what is on my mind and will never boost an ego unless it is earned. I am usually the one sitting back watching and listening to people just to retain information. I can give good advice yet I find it hard to take my own. I am not good at public speaking and chokes every time I try karaoke. I have a son that I am turning into a country nerd as well. Bless his heart, he is me made all over in boy form. No one would ever guess my favorite color ? Hope y’all enjoy reading my articles!
A long time ago on a cold morning, it was snowing and I was born into this world. Yadda yadda yadda. What an origin story, hoo doggy. Breath taking right? All stories that start with “A long time ago..” are meant to belay a sense of fantastical wonder. Not in this case. My name is Kenneth Cowan and I am 28 years old. Through the years I have gone from a wide eyed child with a surprising life outlook and the taste for fantasy and fiction, to a not so different older version of myself. Maybe with glasses and the propensity to drink booze and sport a rather dapper beard that child me couldn’t sport as well (however, I secretly think about that, and the result is interestingly comical). I tend to gravitate to many things geeky and nerdy. Magic The Gathering, any board games, Farscape, Firefly, Start Treks, Game of Thrones, survival video games (I have to admit that Steam is generally my go-to destination for many PC games), almost anything to do with fantasy, magic and dragons. Basically anything remotely nerdy, I have dipped and dabbled in and more than likely have and will state my opinion on. So that’s me in an electronic, text based, nerdy nutshell. Get ready to be mind-frelled silly.
Hi, my names Kristi, I didn’t come into this whole fandom world until I was older. I have always loved Supernatural, The Walking Dead, The Flash, Harry Potter. But it wasn’t until my daughter started dating this weird nerd boy who was always talking about Doctor Who and Comic Cons till I caved in and started watching Doctor Who and now I’m hooked. And as for Comic Cons have been to three now and no plans of stopping. He is also the reason for this bio I am currently writing. I always hated writing in school and never thought I was any good at it, well I guess it turns out I am good at it as long as it’s about things I like.
At a young age, L. Bachman started creating stories and art. This form of expression led to becoming a published author with the stories Maxwell Demon, Human Ouija, and Harvest. She has also been included in several anthologies. In March 2016, her short story, The Painting of Martel, was included in the anthology Painted Mayhem. Following its release, she was once more included in an anthology, And the World Will Burn: A Dystopian Anthology, with her work The Gaze of Destruction. She will once again be included in a December 2016 anthology called Crossroads in the Dark II: Urban Legends with a short story, A Farmhouse Haunting.
Bachman first gained attention in the independent publishing community with her cover design of the collection entitled Murder, Mayhem, Monsters, and Mistletoe: An Anthology. This led to her working with several authors, including Lindy Spencer and Rae Ford. Following her work on the anthology, she wrote The Blasphemer Series: Maxwell Demon in January 2015. It was nominated for Indie Book of 2016 by Metamorph Publishing, along with her bestselling short Human Ouija.
Her graphic arts provided the beginnings of her portfolio. Testimonials of her clients can be seen on her graphic design website, Bachman Designs. When she is not working in the graphics arts sector of the independent publishing industry, she works for the publishing house Burning Willow Press, LLC. They took notice of her portfolio after she provided a graphic design for author Kindra Sowder, CEO of Burning Willow Press.
L. Bachman now is a full-time staff member working in the graphics department of the publishing house doing promotional media… videos, promotional materials, and cover design. Through her work with Burning Willow Press, she’s provided materials for the likes of Kerry Alan Denny, SL Perrine, Jay Michael Wright II, and James Master. She continues to work independently for her own clients, having plans to continue her independent writing.
After the passing of her father in April 2016, she dedicated The Blasphemer Series: Harvest to him, dubbing him one of her biggest supporters, if not her biggest fan. In honor of him, she continues to do charitable work and supports active duty military personnel. Her submission to the anthology Painted Mayhem raised money for military personnel suffering and living with PTSD. This also led to her donating some of her work to “Authors Supporting Our Troops”, an event held by author Armand Rosamilia that sends copies of books to active duty military.
Between her publishing and her graphic arts work, she has been a featured guest for many book releases held by other authors, interviewed multiple times by blogs, featured on many podcasts, such as “Unfleshed” with TJ Weeks in September 2015, and has been a returning guest on “Armcast” with Armand Rosamilia and “The Darkness Dwells”, just to name a few.
She continues to write from her home in Northern Alabama where she lives with her husband, the poet and writer DS Roland, their son, Damien, and one very judgmental rescued elderly cat named Mouse. Bachman continues to educate authors interested in improving their writing and marketing skills, as well as holding onto her mission of empowerment, inspiration, and aid to young writers
Hi, I’m Leann. I’m known as the resident weird one in my close knit group of friends. We used to be mortal enemies, like, die wench die kind of enemies, but we bonded over Inuyasha and wine coolers. Now we’re the best of “die wench die” friends. Writing is my drug. Humor is my go-to for keeping life, not so serious. You’ll catch me jumping between the post-Apoc (post-apocalyptic world for those who don’t know) of my creation and the world of angels and demons in another story. I’m one of those random ones that a lot people think has a mental disorder, but I’m actually quite sane most of the time. You’ll catch me at Buzz Kill well killing time and dare I say, bemoaning the fact that I’m not a gamer in a very game filled household. So ta da! And have fun!
Lesle here! 29, adultish. Ii love all things geeky, hate rom-coms, and have a passion for coffee. And cats…..I am the mother of cats, after all. Speaking of, my cat children are Alfred and Ivy. Alfred is my soulmate, Ivy, I tolerate.
I also have a love of Batman, Game of Thrones, Seinfeld, and Friends. And so much more. My favorite movie is Fight Club and music is pop punk.
I am obsessed with Halloween and horror movies.
I’m new here, but I think I’ll fit right in.
I’ve never quite known how to describe myself. I am loved and loving. I am a single mother. My mind bounces between passive nihlism and hearty optimism. Perhaps that’s what being a realist is. I have a passion for fantasy and I’m dying to get out and realize the beauty of the world. I am an avid fan of most things “geeky” that I have had the pleasure of encountering in life. From what I’m told my love of learning has led me to becoming quite the nerd. Sporadic joy rules my life and dictates the course of my mind, I can’t wait to share it with you. Happy reading, lovelies!
I am a girl pushing against a naturally constructed stone wall and guess what? I will never give up. I am much more of a fighter than, I believe, despite shuffling very little rock in my life, my 31 years. I just want my work out there. The rest will take care of itself.
My name is Melissa McCollum, a poet since the age of 14, born on Bastille Day, 1982. I’ve always thought that was a summary of who I am: Fireworks and the powerful rush and waves overcoming the crowd taking me up with them as my feet are somehow still on the ground and the loss of reserve as my every facet are enmeshed in worship. Of course, we can’t forget the Quaaludes.
Oh, yeah. I have balled my eyes out watching Doctor Who.
Hi. My name is Michelle and I like to read things and play video games and watch movies. Terry Brooks, Anne Bishop, and Robert Jordan changed my life with each new book they released. I love Star Wars, Zelda, Bioshock, LoTR, and absolutely anything Joss Whedon. I’m crafty and love to tangle with yarn for knitting or fabric for sewing.
I recently moved to Jonesboro, AR from Phoenix, AZ. While I lived in Phoenix, I worked for Phoenix ComiCon as a programming coordinator. My area was Whedonverse and I was responsible for all things Whedon. I worked closely with the Arizona Browncoats and I was responsible for coming up with all the panel ideas for Whedonverse, staffing those panels with panelists, and recruiting and maintaining several minions (otherwise known as volunteers). One of my favorite responsibilities was writing up the descriptions for each panel. It was so much fun thinking up creative ways to say “This panel is about who’s better: Angel or Spike.” As I’m sure you know, Spike is totally the better vampire.
I’ve also begun exploring cosplay. I started off simple with a Faith costume one year. I look enough like Eliza Dushku (though without the banging bod) that it was pretty easy to manage. I’ve done a custom Sith Lord costume in recent years, as well. Before I learned to sew, my fiancée made the skirts for me. I was ashamed that he could sew and I couldn’t, so I learned by making my own Elizabeth Comstock costume. I did everything but the corset and I’m still receiving compliments for that project.
Writing is something I’ve always been interested in pursing, but I’ve never had the guts. I think I’d like to change that. If you stick around and read the articles Buzz Kill has been kind enough to post, I promise to try to entertain and inform. We’ll talk about life, the universe, hobbies, games, and general geekery. Maybe, if you’re good, I’ll even throw in some original writing. Care to take me up on it?
I’m Misty. 32-year-old mother of 4, The Minions. They are the light of my life. I’ve been struggling quite a while to find myself and my place in this world so I thought that others might enjoy sharing in the craziness that I call life. I’ve got a lot to tell and my stories are a constant source of entertainment for friends and family. I’m pretty new at this so bear with my randomness, and I promise I will try my best to give you a good laugh, well I’d be happy with a giggle or two.
Nick Cobb is a standup comedian and pseudo-actor that enjoys watching basketball, following basketball and peeing outside. Nick is not multi-talented and doesn’t have any hobbies, mainly because he thinks hobbies are “for show off’s”. He successfully kept his 2015 New Years resolution – to buy something from SkyMall magazine on every flight he took for the year – until the company filed for bankruptcy on January 16th. Nick is still killing it with his 2014 resolution, to be up-front whenever he’s forgotten someone’s name. Preferring to say “I’m sorry I forgot your name” instead of continuing to embarrass himself and everyone else by trying to “friend” and “buddy” his way through another party conversation. Nick is looking forward to winning his first Pulitzer with Buzzkill while working alongside his wife, Buzzkill writer Amy Albert.
Hello TBK people! I'm Nicole, the new kid on the block. I have two kiddos and I'm getting married Oct 1st, 2016. I have a love for comedy and making people laugh. I'm outspoken, which could possibly be due to untreated ADHD with a touch of Tourette's syndrome. I have no filter to what I say. If I think it, I say. I have the soul of a hippie and truly stand for one love! I'm a positive Patty kinda gal. I want to build a wall like Donald Trump, but only to put negative Nancy people on one side and live in peace and love with my positive Patty people. I am an outdoorsy person and could spend every day by my pool, drinking wine, listening to 80's Rock and my soul would be content. I'm not familiar with most "nerd" culture, but I'm open to learning more as I become part of the TBK group.
I am a mostly misunderstood child of the corn, born and raised in rural Illinois turned self-proclaimed writer with random, yet passionate opinions and views. It seems that I am self-taught because I was a stoner slack ass in high school who thought it’d be better to fuck around and see what kind of trouble I could make rather than to concentrate on a formal education. Who uses algebra in a corn field anyway?
My mission in life is to be me, be happy, and FTW if they don’t like it. I used to know what I really wanted in life. Since I was 5 years old, all I wanted was to be married to the same woman my entire life, be a doctor, a writer, to have a litter all my own, and to be the “token ‘hot’ Asian” in most settings. I just wasn’t sure how I felt about being a boy, because girls were just so much prettier. Now, as I approach my dirty 30, I have accomplished only one of those things successfully because, well, I’m Asian and we breed like rabbits, resulting in my litter of 5.
I aim to please, entertain and boggle with “WTF?!” moments. I even throw around a little poetry. Some will find me apPAULing, others hilarious, and some would maybe even call me a messed up kind of special. Those are the ones nearest and dearest to me who paid for all of those bibs, large crayons, and the occasional straight jacket to provide my short bus driver with for her own protection. Oh, and the ones who supported me through the transformational surgeries from Paul to Peony. I just wanted to be a delicate fucking flower, is that so wrong? P.S. I love my new tits!
Rebekah Paige is a very shy girl with a heart of gold and full of opinions However, for all of you that are worried that your dating advice will not be answered, you must think again. Rebekah is a performer and a heart of gold. She will give you the shirt off her back and try to do anything she can to make you smile. Rebekah is trying to live a normal life in a world that does not accept her
I am Richard and I have a problem. A problem with entertaining people. I have been in the comedy world for over 10 years. I started out as an improv actor making fun and light of everything. Doing that felt rewarding, but I have to admit, I wanted more. I couldn’t get the taste of performing out of my mouth. Does that not sound a little creepy? I decided to start doing my own stand up show. I love to make fun of my family and anything that will make a normal person say what the fuck. The journey still continues, in 2009, I had a dream to create my own online magazine. This is the beautiful corner of craziness in front of you. I have been through hell in my life but being stopped is something that I will not let happen. I am a fighter and hope to make people realize it is ok to smile and think from time to time. It also helps being a nerd.
Hello! You may know me as one of the co-host of The Winos or TBK Live. I also write an article called Sharon Meets Pop Culture.
I was born in mid 1980’s and raised in Northeastern Arkansas. I have been married to my childhood sweetheart, Jesse, since 2004. We have two amazing sons. I am a nurse by day and a TBK staff member during my free time.
I was literally raised into nerd culture from infancy. I love science fiction, fantasy, comics, and I am also a very causal player of World of Warcraft.
I adore theater, costumes, cosplay, and Halloween. I am addicted to Chapstick and will ALWAYS have at least one in my pocket at all times. I despise spiral staircase, escalators, and people that do not understand how four way stops work.
Stick Figure Dan is the resident loud foul mouthed prick of The Buzz Kill. He is a loud mouth who will say anything at any given moment. He hates the world and everything in it. Dan came into the society as a writer in 2007 and hasn’t looked back since. He likes to write open letters to famous people, putting them in their place.
Well just start off by saying you will never see me and wonder woman in the same room at the same time! I am a single mom of a wonderful lil cosplayer boy !! Cosplaying is a passion along with teaching. I am a high school family and consumer science teacher. Love making props and costumes and going to cons .
I’m Tina Anderson from a Blytheville, Arkansas. I’m a single mom to 2 amazing, smart, beautiful kids. I recently retired from a 17 year nursing career and now I’m pursuing my dreams of music and writing. I love to cook, play guitar, love to write poetry and anything outdoors I’m all in for it. I am a hobby enthusiast, and love learning and trying new things. I read everything in site, from the latest vampire novel to the shampoo bottles in the bathroom. I love a good debate and hearing viewpoints from different people and will share mine in a heartbeat. I love small town living, and exploring new places and little mom and pop businesses. I plan to relocate in the future and a great past time for me and my 2 kids is learning about different towns and states and what they bring to the table. I’ve been writing most of my life and came across BuzzKill Magazine because my good friend Bobbie writes for them also. I love this magazine and all the different insights the writers give and can’t wait to share mine with you also