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Sage Steadman "The Hippie"

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in Richfield, Utah, The United States
December 16, 1982

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The Hippie is an unfortunate nickname that Sage, (A.K.A. Willow), received one day whilst being herself. It is one of many nicknames she has received over the years, including, but not limited to: Fons, Special, Mudd Queen, Sensei, and Megan. To her family she is better known as Kirsten, K-dogg, and Big K.

She graduated with a Master’s in Social Work in 2007 and worked as a Licensed Mental Health Therapist and Adjunct Professor. Although she loved the work she was doing, she loved writing more, and left her job to pursue it. Snowflake Obsidian is her debut novel.

Her interests include: writing, yoga, holding hugs too long, kissing dogs on the mouth, and seeing how many feathers she can get into her hair at one time. She currently lives with
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1. What is the importance of “Beloved,” to Willow? Was it symbolic in some way?

2. In the beginning of the story Jo is a main character. However, she fades away as Willow goes through her inner journey. Was it necessary for Willow to break away from Jo to “find” herself? Why or why not?

3. Several characters struggle to feel “wor... Read more of this blog post »
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