Emily J. McAllister-Rohrer

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Emily grew up in a suburb of Washington DC and was lucky enough to have a childhood full of imagination.

She has been writing in one form or another since roughly the age of seven and has stacks of journals that hold my thoughts, dreams and plot outlines for more books than any author could ever actually write.

She published her first book, "The Death of Kiera And Davey..." in 2007 with Inkwater Press and looks forward to (finally) finishing her second book in 2018.

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Emily J. McAllister-Rohrer Hi Brenna,
I'm so glad you like my book, where did you find it? I only ask because it was such a limited print run through a small independent…more
Hi Brenna,
I'm so glad you like my book, where did you find it? I only ask because it was such a limited print run through a small independent publishing company back in 2007 and I don't think it's available anymore. You might be able to find a used copy through amazon.com. I do actually have a few copies if you'd like to purchase one directly from me just let me know.(less)
Emily J. McAllister-Rohrer I wanted to write a book that focused on the power of imagination in a child and also highlight how dangerous it could be for adults to dismiss the…moreI wanted to write a book that focused on the power of imagination in a child and also highlight how dangerous it could be for adults to dismiss the actions of a child as "just pretend". I love Alice & Wonderland and that definitely influenced aspects of my story as well as the fact that I was working at an outpatient psychiatric facility at the time I wrote the first draft.(less)
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Simple Maple Cookies - A Wintry Treat


Looking back on the blog, I realized it has been MONTHS since I posted. I honestly can't really remember the last time I shared a recipe with you here...a lot has changed in my life and I while I continued to cook and bake and feed my family and friends, I just couldn't find much motivation (or free time) to sit down and share it here.

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“Just another day in the shambles.”
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“There are tornadoes in my head sometimes”…
“I know,” he said as his lips met mine. “But your storms, they don’t scare me.”
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“Oh God," Nick said, clutching his chest. "I love it. You're the Riot Grrrl version of the Little Mermaid. You're the Third Wave feminist Little Mermaid who told the prince to go fuck himself, and then went on to turn the underwater community into conservation activists, aren't you?”
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“I love you, too, and I’m not listening to any opening remarks or qualifications on the matter. You are my fire and ice, my calm and chaos, my everything, and I can’t remember life before loving you.”
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“We, the weird and sideways folk, have always walked the line of rejection. It's what makes us visionaries. We who are pushed away, to the edge, can see beyond the borders of reality. We frighten the privileged with our possibility.”
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message 2: by aaron

aaron yuppers...that is totally our maximillian paddington diefenbaker rohrer. cute ain't he?


message 1: by aaron

aaron i see we are on at the same time and having fun adding and what not! by the way...check out your book...some people have read it and i know at least one reviewed it!


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