[wel·come (wel-kuhm) - a word of kindly greeting; from wilcuma - "welcome guest", from willa: "pleasure, desire, choice" & cuma: "guest"]
Let me introduce myself:
My name is Diamond Eileen Rosingat,
but call me Dia :).
but age is just a #.
I reside in Ontario, Canada!
but I don't live in an igloo ;).
I'm your average, typical, ordinary girl who styles herself an aspiring poetess, writer, and photographer,
but every now and then I do something extraordinary.
You must stay drunk on writing so reality doesn't destroy you. - Ray Bradbury
Booksie is my safe
haven, the place I turn to for solace. I have the utmost
respect for the wonderful people who make Booksie the
awesome place it is. Here are a few writers who are more
than worthy of your attention:
Best of Booksie
Check out any one of his beautifully abstract poems. His mind resides in some other glorious realm that us normal humans can't fathom. You can also catch him on his blog, http://www.awepoetry.blogspot.com.
Her fantasy novel, Last of the Nobles, is a MUST READ for any fantasy enthusiast. She is absolutely spell-binding.
This girl is brilliance defined. Her novel Death And Rats Are All He Needs exceeds all expectations. Her work contains a humour beyond her years and a wisdom beyond humanity. She has other awesome novels that take place in the same world as Death and Rats and also guides to her imagination. She's a young Tolkein on the rise ;).
This man is a master of poetry. His way with words and their transformation to beauty are undescribable. He's also a valuable friend and critic. Check out his new poem "a land where peace is king".
Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart. - William Wordsworth
for every comment you recieve, give two back
honor the like button at all times :)
comment on everything you read
explore Booksie, find new authors everyday
be polite, be open, be friendly
honor your reading requests
fan because you love someone's work, not to attract their attention
be helpful, not hurtful
promote your friends!
Beneath the rule of men entirely great; The pen is mightier than the sword. - Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Feature of the
Forgotten Scarlet by alexisnicole822
How this works:
Comment on my feature of the week, and I will comment on THREE pieces of your work, you can choose or I can, whatever you prefer. Just put a ** before your comment, I will check on this piece and if your comment has ** in it I will go and comment on your works. I will change the feature every Friday :) Thanks to everyone who participates!
Hope is the dream of a man awake. - French Proverb
N E W S
August 12th, 2012
I'm mostly back to Booksie, not so much the writing aspect. I'm looking for good reads and am more into commenting now. Just leave a line if you'd like me to check out your stuff!
Song of the Day - Sundrenched World - Joshua Radin
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