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Isabella Rogge

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Isabella Rogge began writing when she was eight years old. For a while she spent her time composing poetry, moving onto prose in her early teens. In the summer of '13 she wrote Sanguine Moon, her first novel, and edited it in the months afterwards. She self-published it in December of 2013. Her novella, Exhaled, came out in November '14.


Born in California but raised in Colorado, Isabella currently resides in New York with her husband and two dogs. She currently attends Jefferson Community College, majoring in Allied Health. /p>


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“You live," I said, "Knowing you will die. Everyone lives every day knowing they could die at any moment. And yet they carry on. They lift their heads high and carry on and build a beautiful, amazing world. What for, if there is no point? Bravery. Courage. To live knowing death hangs over you. Sweet misery, fragile threads of life and existence, and you still fight for every moment, to be alive and to be as alive as possible."

"And the point?"

"The point, Jane, is for beauty. Simplistic, joyous beauty; complicated, twisted beauty-- the beauty of courage, the beauty of loss. For if there is a Something Else out there, it is surely hidden among the beauty of this world.”
Isabella Rogge, Exhaled: A Novella

“Chaos lifted on wings and flew.”
Isabella Rogge, Sanguine Moon

“Together we can take this world, and all those whose knees have never felt the sting of the earth will bow to us”
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“But chastity means passion, chastity means neurasthenia. And passion and neurasthenia mean instability. And instability means the end of civilization. You can’t have a lasting civilization without plenty of pleasant vices.”
Aldous Huxley, Brave New World

“Chaos lifted on wings and flew.”
Isabella Rogge, Sanguine Moon

“Together we can take this world, and all those whose knees have never felt the sting of the earth will bow to us”
Isabella Rogge, Sanguine Moon

“And he didn't really know where he was going, but he did know he was going somewhere, because you really have to go somewhere, don't you?”
Shel Silverstein, Lafcadio, the Lion Who Shot Back




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