Who is Jay Phoenix?

A splash of colour, a dot of ink, and a cluttered mind.

She’s a YA author focused on creating relatable fiction for a generation that wants to see themselves reflected in the literature they consume.

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TV Review | Gilmore Girls A Year in the Life

We spent 7 years with the Gilmore Girls, and when we had the chance to find out where they ended up in life, we were majorly disappointed. The creator took her beloved creations, erased a year of their life, and created a alternate fever dream of the future.

Anime Review | Given

A story about tragedy and grief without being a tragedy. Given is one of those anime’s that everyone should watch. A slice of life with heart, love, and a little bit of pain. This is mandatory viewing for anyone that calls themselves a anime geek.


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Fangirl Follies

Follow Jayden Phoenix on YouTube for Fandom and Mental Health vlog essays.

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Unexpected Loot

Sean Montes, online handle Kalidoscope, lives half his life online where he’s made friends, and even gathered a family. One day, the cruelty of reality comes crashing into his safe space in the digital realm, and he’s faced with new choices. But not all surprises are bad, right?

Join Sean and the Fission Chips guild as they traverse the perils of their online fantasy world when one reality bleeds into the other.

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I’m Jay Phoenix, and I’m a Canadian YA writer and Pop Culture/Mental Health vlogger. I recently graduated from University, and the world is a bit weird and wacky right now. I need time to create.

All I’ve ever wanted to do is help people. Most would ask how I expect to do that with a degree in Creative Writing and Asian Studies, but the world needs to hear what I have to say.

You Matter

The world is beautiful and diverse, and that needs to be reflected in our fiction. Growing up, all I ever wanted to see was myself reflected in the books I read and the TV I watched. I never did, and neither do millions of others across the world.

It’s series like Percy Jackson and the Olympians, and the Raven Cycle that inspire me. Young adults with learning disabilities. Young adults that struggle with mental illness. Young adults that are gay, asexual, trans, Black, Hispanic, or Aboriginal.

So here’s the problem I face. I can’t create content that matters for young people while working a full-time job. Writing and creating is a full-time career of its own. I want to finish writing my epic YA Sci-fi series that I started 3 years ago, edit the pilot of a YA TV series I’d like to see created, and continue to make content for those who seek acceptance or an escape, but I’ve never had the time to finish because of the daily struggle to pay the bills and eat.

Please help me change the world.