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“The Girl from the North Country ••• Abecedarian, adventurer, bibliophage, foodie, geek, gymrat, imbiber, iPhoneographer,  java jiver, scribbler, troubadour.”

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A self-proclaimed writer ever since she was able to scribble the alphabet in wax crayon on scrap paper, Angela is a five-foot-none, twenty-something Canadian woman with a propensity towards worthwhile literature, old whiskeys, and balls of yarn.  She lives with copious amounts of each in Montreal, in a charming flat that she shares with another fabulous young woman and a bunch of dead plants.

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Raised on the Lewisian theory that “no reader worth his salt trots along in obedience to a timetable,” Angela’s literary experience is an ever-expanding bibliography that spans across centuries throughout different worlds.  Thanks to her parents’ philosophy that any book under their roof was fair game for anyone to pick up and read, she has travelled far and wide across the landscapes of many imaginations in the hope that one day she’ll find a corner of the universe waiting for her to chronicle its stories.

In the meantime, though, there’s no place like home — and truth is definitely stranger than fiction.

And so, in between two jobs, the gym, and quality time with her favourite humans and her obese cat, Angela glimpses the ordinary life around her and hopes to elevate it to worthwhile writing.  Aspiring to join the ranks of her favourite scribblers, Demipinte.com is where she’s decided to share her observations and reflections about the significant human experience in today’s world.  She welcomes you to read whatever catches your eye and to comment and share freely if you so desire, and thanks you for stopping by today.

Please note that what is expressed and discussed on this website are not the views, opinions, or positions of either of Angela’s employers or educational institutions.  The contents of this blog – writing, images, and other forms of media – are the property of the author unless explicitly credited, cited, or stated. 

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