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Ramblings of a Glass Mind – Tearing Down the Wall Origins
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Ramblings of a Glass Mind – Tearing Down the Wall Origins

Freja is heading off to college with her best friend Hana, only to find her old crush is also attending!  This whirlwind romance has a lot of backstory, so buckle up! Tearing Down the Wall was originally written in Fall 2012 when I discovered the online Hey Arnold fandom.  This story was written as a … Continue reading

Ramblings of a Glass Mind – Mermaid Lore
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Ramblings of a Glass Mind – Mermaid Lore

  Fantasy fiction has always been my primary writing genre, but historical fiction is a close second.  My obsession with learning about different periods of history and different cultures ties in to my love of learning about different religions and folklore.  Quite a bit of research was done on my part to create the unique … Continue reading

Ramblings of a Glass Mind – The Synesthesia Poetry Books
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Ramblings of a Glass Mind – The Synesthesia Poetry Books

syn·es·the·sia /ˌsinəsˈTHēZHə/ noun PHYSIOLOGY•PSYCHOLOGY the production of a sense impression relating to one sense or part of the body by stimulation of another sense or part of the body. Synesthesia is a condition where parts of the brain are “crossed”, causing people to smell colours or hear colours in music.  Co-editor Little Alice experiences the … Continue reading

Dreams and Flashbacks a monograph
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Dreams and Flashbacks a monograph

Dreams and Flashbacks is a photography series that captures the beauty of a shared moment.  Loving yourself is the most human state, and showcasing the beauty of examining oneself and appreciating a moment in time is truly living. What do you dream of when you’re alone with your thoughts?  What forgotten memories resurface when you … Continue reading