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Short Story: And Then He Woke Up

A flash of bright white light.  Heat searing through my bones.  The feeling like someone has taken a hot knife through my spine.  Darkness. I wake up, and it's like someone’s filled my head with cotton and molten lead. My body doesn’t feel like my own, like I’m thinking from outside of it, or swimming… Continue reading Short Story: And Then He Woke Up

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Throwback Thursday: Neuroanatomy and Pathophysiology of a Migraine

Abstract Migraines are a common but disabling form of severe headache. Patients with more than fifteen migraines per month are considered to have chronic migraines. Alongside severe headache, migraines are associated with allodynia, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, and light and sound sensitivity. About one-third of migraine sufferers will experience “aura” which often presents as colorful or… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Neuroanatomy and Pathophysiology of a Migraine

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Throwback Thursday: “My Relationship to Television”

Unlike a lot of people my age, my parents didn’t limit my screen time growing up. There weren’t any shows or channels that were off limits to me; I was allowed to watch anything I wanted as long as my homework was done. My parents actually named me after a TV character, though they’ll each… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: “My Relationship to Television”

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Throwback Thursday: Urbanization and Medicine in Mid-18th to Mid-19th Century Britain

Throwback Thursday, where, essentially I post old writing samples, essays and short stories that I dig up from my pile of hoarded papers and school assignments or from the depths of my computer. So everyone can see how my writing has changed/improved over the years. Urbanization and Medicine in Mid-18th to Mid-19th Century Britain This… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Urbanization and Medicine in Mid-18th to Mid-19th Century Britain

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Zines

*This list is not fully updated What Is A Zine? Zines (pronounced zee-ns, as in magazine) are fan productions, usually made by either a single person or small group, and generally consist of art and writing, centered around a theme. These may be professionally printed or done DIY-style. Zines are often made and sold with… Continue reading Zines

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Services for Sale

Hello everyone! Quarantine and being home from school with all my extracurriculars cancelled is already driving me a little crazy, so I'm putting some services up for sale! I'm willing to read/edit/beta-read school work, essays, blog posts, and fan fictions. I am also willing to write short fan fictions, blog posts or essays (not for… Continue reading Services for Sale

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A Little About My Novel: Legacy Of Stardust

Synopsis: Connie Ranvir is the daughter of a war hero, and the mirror image of him too. Too bad she never knew him, too bad she doesn't want to be like him. But the Alliance has other ideas, wants her to conscript, follow in his footsteps and be a martyr for a cause that isn't… Continue reading A Little About My Novel: Legacy Of Stardust

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Scars & Stories: Asexuality

I haven't done a scars and stories post in a long time, not since (and I just checked this) October of 2016. I've only done about 5 total in the over-a-year since I've started these...new blogging goal, actually WRITE MY OWN FEATURES. I'm getting off track. So, I've mentioned that I identify as asexual (ace)… Continue reading Scars & Stories: Asexuality

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Throwback Thursday: “The Unknown Citizen” by W. H. Auden (1939) – Discussion Questions and Perfect Intro

Throwback Thursday, where, essentially I post old writing samples, essays and short stories that I dig up from my pile of hoarded papers and school assignments or from the depths of my computer. So everyone can see how my writing has changed/improved over the years. “The Unknown Citizen” by W. H. Auden (1939) Discussion Questions… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: “The Unknown Citizen” by W. H. Auden (1939) – Discussion Questions and Perfect Intro

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Throwback Thursday: “A Temporary Matter”

Throwback Thursday, where, essentially I post old writing samples, essays and short stories that I dig up from my pile of hoarded papers and school assignments or from the depths of my computer. So everyone can see how my writing has changed/improved over the years. “A Temporary Matter”    What is the significance of Shukumar seeing… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: “A Temporary Matter”