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Maybe Later

Down the Indifference Hole
By Maridia Minor

Series Description:

This story will chronicle, through several months, both the stigma surrounding a college dropout, how this unseen stigma affects them, and the psychological and physical journey taken since, along with additional social commentary.

Category: Journal Entries
Updated: Undecided
Status: Completed



Author Bio For Maridia Minor:

That is definitely not me.

Yep.

This is it,

the moment you've all been waiting for...

--the bio, ladies and gentlemen!

Well, my name is Maridia Minor (which sounds a lot like Spanish, but eh...) and this is my book. Really, I didn't know why I wrote it, I guess because I had some opinions to blather on about that America usually puts on the 4:00 news. Hm, also, bios are cool and whatnot. My life is filled with moments of awkward silence and I like massage-beds; my mom died in 2014 and now I have my dad and his--energetic live-in-friend. Any questions regarding my sexuality, my mental health, and otherwise shall be swiftly discarded into a wastebasket or folded up and put in my pocket to answer later.

My dreams include moderating a spelling bee, becoming a writer and maybe delve into psychology again, because spelling bees are fun and you get to be as genuinely excited as possible with no one to judge you for it, also people's brains are curious to poke around in.

Please take a look at what I've created--it'd mean a lot to me...

Acknowledgements:

Acknowledgements? I would do this if I could remember people. I guess I could acknowledge my emotions, or my mom, or my dad, or even my therapist Polly, bless her soul, or something.

Yeah, I guess I can acknowledge Polly and my dad and my mom. My emotions--not so much.







Series Description:

This story will chronicle, through several months, both the stigma surrounding a college dropout, how this unseen stigma affects them, and the psychological and physical journey taken since, along with additional social commentary.

Category: Journal Entries
Updated: Undecided
Status: Completed


Author Bio For Maridia Minor:

That is definitely not me.

Yep.

This is it,

the moment you've all been waiting for...

--the bio, ladies and gentlemen!

Well, my name is Maridia Minor (which sounds a lot like Spanish, but eh...) and this is my book. Really, I didn't know why I wrote it, I guess because I had some opinions to blather on about that America usually puts on the 4:00 news. Hm, also, bios are cool and whatnot. My life is filled with moments of awkward silence and I like massage-beds; my mom died in 2014 and now I have my dad and his--energetic live-in-friend. Any questions regarding my sexuality, my mental health, and otherwise shall be swiftly discarded into a wastebasket or folded up and put in my pocket to answer later.

My dreams include moderating a spelling bee, becoming a writer and maybe delve into psychology again, because spelling bees are fun and you get to be as genuinely excited as possible with no one to judge you for it, also people's brains are curious to poke around in.

Please take a look at what I've created--it'd mean a lot to me...

Acknowledgements:

Acknowledgements? I would do this if I could remember people. I guess I could acknowledge my emotions, or my mom, or my dad, or even my therapist Polly, bless her soul, or something.

Yeah, I guess I can acknowledge Polly and my dad and my mom. My emotions--not so much.