Transition stories, books, poems, and more

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An article about the obstacles of transitioning when you are also a survivor Read More
As a little boy, Sherlock never had felt at ease having had a wardrobe consisting of frilly and lacy girlishness. He was a boy, not a girl, though nobody else seemed to realise it; at a young age, able to take no more of being expected to act like a… Read More

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When does the one who purrs to you, when you are needed, turns you into something else? Just how easy is it for a wire to be undone, to stop you in place, unable to- Just a little random thing, may it be of use to you. (V3) This… Read More

Poem / Religion and Spirituality

February 01, 2017

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Entropy and Metaphysics Read More

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I wrote this, in 2015. It's part of my 3rd poem set, Awakened Dreaming. Read More
I recently ran across an ex-member of our group...she didn't recognize me right off, but I knew her. Sad part is she recognized me as Chesure Fox, and not by my real name...and refused for me to recognize her by her alias...the irony in itself. Read More
I wrote this in a transition period after a harsh break up with my first boyfriend, someone I thought i would always be with because our connection was so strong. My heart was and is still a little broken. This is my grief and my recovery in a nut shell. Read More
This literary piece is focusing on three of Emily Dickinson's poems through a sociological perspective. Read More

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accord star friendship star love star reconciliation star truce star unity star amity star armistice star cessation star conciliation star concord star neutrality star order star pacification star pacifism star treaty star Read More

Miscellaneous / Non-Fiction

December 13, 2013

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This doesn't really have much point, it is very much like a diary entry. I write a lot but don't really know what to do with it, so I thought I'd start putting it together in a book and see what people think. Read More
this poem is repetitive but i believe it makes a point Read More

Book / Fantasy

December 22, 2012

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Kalyana Bishop is in Transistion. She has just turned 17 and in the Supernatural world, a High Priestess turning 17 means they have to survive until they are 18, which is when Kalyana shall turn into a full High Priestess. ALong with surviving her Transition, Kalyana has to deal with… Read More
In this study show the Adolescence adjustment characterized as a period of change, not only in terms of individual physical and cognitive development, but also in terms of the changes that occur in the adolescents’ social contexts. In this period offers special challenges and opportunities for developmental researchers to examine… Read More
Chapter from my memoir 'Bits And Pieces' This chapter is written prior to my transition to being male. Please leave comments and thanks for reading. Read More
OVERVIEW of ‘Bits And Pieces’--PLEASE COMMENT What happens to the mind of a boy whose brain is rattled into confusion, distraught, and pained from others forcing upon him their own visual perceptions that he is something that he is not; that he is, in fact, female? It eventually takes its… Read More
OVERVIEW of ‘Bits And Pieces’ PLEASE COMMENT What happens to the mind of a boy whose brain is rattled into confusion, distraught, and pained from others forcing upon him their own visual perceptions that he is something that he is not; that he is, in fact, female? It eventually takes… Read More
What if becoming a vampire wasn't the end of the nightmare but only the beginning of a transition to something far worse? Rated R for content of later chapters: violence, suggestive themes Read More
Chantal's allergies are not only killing her, but are splitting her family as well. Her father has made the decision to leave his wife and Chantal's mother behind, as the re-purified air of the moon base seems to provide the only safe environment for her. But how safe is it… Read More
A short sort of story written poem style about a dream I had. I hope you get the story when you get closer to the end. Read More

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This is a contest..... more details in the writing. Read More
A little experimentation of wording and rhyming, in a different subject matter than usual. Autumn is my favorite, after all. Read More
Transitioning into motherhood is often a tough move, losing friends, choosing family over career, etc. My transition was akin to a horrible motorcycle accident, with bumps, bruises and road rash to show the evilness of the transition. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 19, 2010

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Time has gone by The days once so long Now they fly like darts All that I was once has gone And I think “what’s the sense in life” For I’m not a boy anymore Read More
My book, The YOU Plan, is a career planning guide designed to help you get out of the career hot seat and back into the job market. Based on the VIPER approach, The YOU Plan will help you: -Assess Values -Identify Intrinsics -Pursue Passions -Leverage your Essence or brand -Create… Read More
Another Winter disseminates and through sutle but rambuctious evolutions relegates loss-albeit bashfully-to usurping Spring. Read More
College days at The University of Houston was one in a million... Read More
This is the book Rod Blagojevich and others in job transition should read. Eight building blocks to successful job transition and job search featuring an Irish job transition guru with the intriguing name of Finbarr Kozlowski. Searingly honest, often funny, but truely helpful for the job seeker and anyone suffering… Read More
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