The only daughter of a divorced English army-couple, Alexandrina Brant was used to the swarming thoughts and being on her own with such stories. As a young girl, she attempted fan-fiction of the animated film ‘A Bug’s Life’ but unfortunately lost the penned page. Seventeen years later (or approximately ten from the aforementioned incident), her mind is full of characters elbowing their way up the ‘list of importance’.
In the spare time she does not have, aside from writing, she enjoys puzzle-solving, ice-skating, translating Classical Latin and Greek poems and contemplating the philosophy of the world. She dearly hopes there is a place of some importance for herself in England, though a lack of self-confidence leads her believe in the despair that depression brings on; if she is not good enough to write, the only place she can see herself is on stage, as an actress and musician. Though she holds a claim to be ‘fabulous’ at such things, her skill somewhat lets her down. In the end, you might well see her, still in that despair, teaching at some school she gives a piece of her heart to.
When her head is not floating in her mind of dreams (!), Alexandrina can be seen as a trying-her-best Christian woman, always with a pen and notepad in her hands. She’s currently editing her steampunk-scence-fiction romance New Adult novel, whilst also working on several murder mysteries and collaborating to inprove her style.
I intend to use this blog as a writing outlet, to vent my progress, feelings, fears, etc – but also as a place to consider the Psychology of the world, for I intend to study Psychology as a degree in just over a year’s time from now. Occasionally, I might use this blog to comment on the effects of my mental imbalance or to tell of my life outside of writing.
What I Blog About
I have no preference for fields of thought. I blog about anything that comes to me at the time and I think would make an interesting piece to read. Of course, the more time I spend doing a certain activity, the more likely my mind is to be turned to it. Thus, writing is a frequent tag.
Monday is my Photograph of the Week segment, in which I go arty and post a piece of my amateur photography from the week; on Tuesdays I mention any word of the week that has been bothering me; Thursdays is often a day too busy to post anything. I try and deliver something each day, though.
Any post as sticky is there to bring it more attention, though I try and change the sticky on a weekly basis to keep the idea of current affairs fresh.
Follow me as I narrate my way through life as a writer, Catholic, actress, psychologist, thinker, performer and lover. (And anything else I’ve missed off!)
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