2016 Highlights

Rang in the New Year surrounded by friends and a guy crazy enough to be my partner in crime. Ah, 2016… yes, it wasn’t all golden. Rather than focus on the bad (of which there was a lot), I decided to think about all the cool things that happened over the past year. Firsts in 2016:…

Tsukino-Con/Victoria Highlights

Apologies for the lack of bloggity bloggy-ness, ladies and jellyspoons. Production of my latest audiobook, Wings of Thunder, had a delay in December due to a plague (major cold) that hit many VO peeps including yours truly. I’ve been playing catch-up ever since. Now that post-production is complete, it’s time to make up for lost…

What’s Up, Everybody.

Radio show in junior high… Morning announcements in high school… Majored in Radio/TV/Film in college… I clearly have a thing for talking into a microphone… I’m perfectly fine with this realization. Though I ended up focusing more on writing, directing and producing, I still had an itch to do a radio show after college. The urge…

Seven Years & Counting

I’d been working at “the world’s largest musical instrument retailer” for almost a year when one of my closest friends/favorite co-workers, Stephen (also known as the “scary guy” in Pro Audio), asked me out… Sure, I had reservations about going out with someone I was already so close to. Wasn’t sure if I wanted to…

Terrifying Telly

Whether its cheesy, classic, or downright scary, watching Halloween episodes of my favorite shows is yet another thing I love about this time of the year. Oh, October is just the best time to be a Terri (they’re endangered, you know?). Season 4 of Buffy The Vampire Slayer is hit or miss, but it still…

Bury Oneself In

Thought I’d go through my personal book collection and select a few reads that just might get you in the mood for scares and all that other spooky type of stuff. My friends know me so well… Perfume by Patrick Süskind was given to me as a birthday present. Who doesn’t love a story about a guy driven…

Do Re Mi Fa So La TeeDotally

Whether I’m singing or doing voiceover, warming up is important. Everyone has their way of doing it. Personally, I’ve got a soft spot for my old choir & theater warm-ups: “Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do”  “To sit in solemn silence on a dull, dark dock in a pestilential prison with a life-long lock awaiting the sensation…

Recipe for Disaster

Turns out this food stuff is kind of important. Apparently you need it to live or something. Who knew (ah, sarcasm)? If only I could show food how much I cared for it by preparing awesome meals for my friends and family. I’m not that great when it comes to the whole cooking thing. Well……

AnimeFest 2013 Highlights

AnimeFest was my third convention of August (hooray for sleep deprivation). I’d been a guest in 2011 and was excited to be asked back. AFest is probably one of the bigger cons that I’ve gotten to go to and it just so happens to be in downtown Dallas (only minutes away from mi casa). Since my…

SaikouCon 2013 Highlights

Another convention? So soon? Tis true, good people of the internet. Last weekend, I went to Breinigsville, Pennsylvania for the first year of SaikouCon! Guests included: Darrel Guilbeau, Jād Saxton, Jessie Pridemore, Greg Houser, Bill Rogers, The D20 Girls, The Slants, and many more! I brought Eyes of Lightning bookmarks & Deadman Wonderland cards for autographs (’cause, as…