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Inspiration for sequel

If Florid Eyes: A Novel is about bravery, fighting for what you believe and the soul mate connection, the sequel will be about resilience, the rebuilding of one’s faith and the multiple soul mate theory.

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Aren’t we all self-torturing souls

I am literally just done crying as I’m writing this. No. No boy broke my heart this time. I’m simply flabbergasted by how much I was touched by John Green’s bestseller The Fault in Our Stars. I have seen that … Continue reading

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I became that kind of woman

When I was about 14, like Penny on The Big Bang Theory and every other 14-year-old, I dreamed of becoming a big movie star/singer/Hannah Montana/whatever. You get it. Fortunately, that dream was soon replaced by a way more practical dream … Continue reading

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Mycroft Holmes: the man I could only wish to become

Every true TV fan on Earth is suffering serious withdrawals. The wonderful Sherlock bid goodbye to us after gracing our TV/computer screens for merely THREE weeks. Instead of going to AA meetings, many of my friends who are also hooked … Continue reading

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Bent, not broken

Sad news always comes before important/joyful occasions. I got my first PhD rejection on Feb 13 early this year, just a day before Valentine’s DAy. With my birthday on the horizon, the ultimate birthday gift I was wishing for turns … Continue reading

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A thousand years

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I’m a sucker for men who empower women

Yet be there when the women need a firm shoulder to lean on in between her breaks from saving the world. At first, I wasn’t particularly charmed by Jonathan Rhys Meyers’ portrayal of Alexander Grayson, aka, Dracula under a fake … Continue reading

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