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Juliana Loomer

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Juliana Loomer was born and raised in the creative hotbed of Northern California, just outside San Francisco. By 2007, she was an overworked and exhausted visual effects artist working in the film industry. After taking an opportunity for a well deserved rest, she found herself unable to sleep for weeks.

"Though it is hard to believe, the nights of sleeplessness were due to a man made of "shadow" that would stand next to my bed each night, telling me to write down a story about a girl that moves from California to Norway."

She agreed to write the story so she could get some sleep and in four weeks time, having never written anything before but emails, she had Child of the Jotun typed out for the "shadow man” that stood next to the bed.

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Oslo Book Festival

We spent last weekend at the Oslo Book Festival in Oslo, Norway. I was terrified to say the least. It was my first outting as an author and I had no idea what to expect. What an experience it was going "live" with our books. First of all, we signed up last minute with only 1/8 of a tent available to us, so we took it. The festival, unfortunately, was dominated by large publishers having a fire... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 25, 2012 01:23 Tags: authors, book-festival, creativity, oslo-book-festival, publishing, self-publishing
Average rating: 4.14 · 14 ratings · 5 reviews · 2 distinct works
Child of the Jotun

really liked it 4.00 avg rating — 12 ratings — published 2012
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it was amazing 5.00 avg rating — 2 ratings — published 2012
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“All have the ability to perceive and live in dimensional synthesis, yet they spend time with the sciences trying to separate these realms, splitting the worlds into minutia, seeking the god particle. They are searching high and low, 'out there', for the source of it all, but no matter how many accelerators they build, no matter how far they go, they will never find the source ‘out there’ because the source is within”
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Nell Grey Thanks for the friending, Juliana - have a lovely evening.


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