My goal with this blog is to stop being a lazy person and to build a readership.

Writing can be a fleeting process. I am guilty of going weeks, sometimes months, without writing a single creative piece. So, I decided to stop being lazy and too attached to my Netflix account and voila!

Hungry, Horny, & Honest was born.

I created this blog to explore the power of the written word.

Unlike other blogs, this blog will NOT focus on just one topic or subject. This blog will propel thought, encourage art, and share experiences. Eventually, I want this blog to grow into a network, no, a haven for people that want to discuss difficult topics, learn about new cultural aspects, and just laugh at the shitty things I say.

So what is the common thread that focuses all of these subjects here?

Me. My snarky ass. I will engage my audience by showing you the world through my sleepy, cynical scope, by using my voice and personal experiences to make even the most abstract or distant idea Closer to home than you could’ve ever imagined.

Join me in the first row, strap in and hold onto your hat.

Enjoy the ride!


-B.C. Villalona



5 thoughts on “About

  1. Dunno how I stumbled onto your site.. the usual way, I suppose, a late night meandering click inside WordPress, Welcome to blogging! 🙂
    I was taken a bit by your being between the police racism argument in a real family way. May own latest post was regarding this same volatile subject. Would love your comments no matter how they fall… and I’ll not engage in long-winded defensive debate shall we differ. I’m not out to change hearts and minds. Not sure if I got your gender.
    I may be old but I am still learning!

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    1. Thank you for commenting and the warm welcome! I will definitely take a look at your blog post in a moment and comment on it as well.

      I am a young Latina woman living in New York City. My perspective is unique, since my parents are minorities as well but are long-standing members of the NYPD. I struggle all the time to find a standing when it comes to the issue of police brutality. I know most cops mean well, and I know my cops do their best to do the right thing and still get home alive and well at the end of the day. But I still believe there is darkness in every profession, and unfortunately, those that do wrong in this profession are usually not held responsible for their actions.

      I hope this post inspired you to look forward to the future and to continue this conversation on in a positive and pro-active way. Thanks again!

      BTW, if you haven’t already, please follow me for future updates. I will be following you 🙂


  2. Hi, B.C. (I don’t know what else to call you, so will that do?) Sorry I’ve taken so long to get back to you. I really do appreciate the follow, but I’ve been up to the ears in writing two books at the same time (not a good idea) and have hardly been on my blog for several weeks. Your blog promises to be an interesting one, and very varied, so I’ll look forward to reading more of your posts. Enjoy the rest of your weekend. Millie 🙂

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    1. Hi Millie! Well, I don’t mind you calling my B.C., but you can call me Britt. I appreciate the response! I understand you’re busy, writing two books at the same time is not easy, but I’m sure you will get it done. Even if you don’t post often, I will be keeping an eye out for when you do update your blog. Thank you for the follow!

      Britt/B.C. 🙂


      1. Nice to meet you, Britt. I hope to be posting a little more often now that my flash fiction book is finished. I’ll try to drop in on your posts as often as I can.


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