Joined 11 years ago from United States
Optic Illusions finds her inspiration is the beauty and mysteries of life. She earned her diploma from Everglades Highschool and her Associate of Arts degree graduating with Honors from Broward College. In 2013, she and her partner welcomed a bouncing baby boy. Her favorite topics are usually related to the arts, sciences, DIY, technology and epicureanism. Occcasionally, she loves to write about new hobbies or interests. At the moment, she is working on a new blog Dermahack which will debut sometime in August 2015. She currently lives in Portland, OR and is returning to university to study Biology.
11 years ago
Kindred by Octavia E. Butler Octavia E. Butler’s Kindred explores the ante-bellum southern United States through the eyes of a hopeful, young twentieth century, twenty-six year old, black woman by the name of Edana or Dana. Edana’s husband, a...
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