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revised_rose_kaleidoscop_-_3in_shop_thumbHi! I’m Kristen, curator of this odd little blog here. I’m glad you are here and I hope you enjoy your visit. Please feel free to poke around and comment. I love discussion!

About me – I’m a medievalist by study, a geek by nature, and a hopeful bestselling author waiting to be discovered. My goal in life is to live in a cabin in the woods with no one else around for miles, where I can just read and write. As long as I can get the internet and Amazon delivers there, I’m good. I adore medieval holy women, even though I’m an atheist. I just think they’re fascinating. My favorites are Hildegard of Bingen, Julian of Norwich, and Margery Kempe.

As for my geek nature, all things revolve around Star Trek in my world. My first fanfiction was Trek. My first ‘ship was P/C. I even got accepted as one of the contributors to the 2016 Strange New Worlds contest! I was reared on sci-fi/fantasy, so all others are fair game as well. Firefly, Dr. Who, The X-Files, anything similar are beloved and food for discussion in my house.

I’m a single mom by choice and my daughter is amazing. She is the joy of my life. She already reads well above her grade level. She loves sci-fi, too, and she dances hard to Emilie Autumn. I think I’m doing something right.

In my professional life, I work in admin at a university which shall remain nameless. I also teach for them. I write weird stories and submit them wherever I can. I write reviews for the Historical Novel Society, Discovering Diamonds, and am a contributor at Book Riot. Sometimes I do the Twitter thing, too.

 

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