Marcia A. Borell is a dreamer that likes to give her dreams tangible form. She has published poetry, essays, short stories, and drabbles. Marcia has always lived close to an inland lake. Observing the sky, water, land, and seasons has always influenced her writing.
Marcia has never met an art form she didn't like. She has created cartoons, cover and interior illustrations for mystery, sci-fi, children's, and fantasy magazines. She loves to work in clay, fibers, ink, paint, and pencil. Marcia has spent her life perusing garage sales and thrift stores for odd bits and pieces that are repurposed to create unusual art.
She loves to put compassion and positive intentions into all of her art and written work. Marcia is a Reiki Master and accompanies that healing practice with the use of Tibetan singing bowls and Tibetan style chant.
More meditations, drabbles, how to art books, and children's books to come. Currently they are living in stacks of notepaper, drawing paper, and journals.
Where to find Marcia Borell online
The Peep Of Wilde Chicz
Several years ago I began making Wilde Chicz postcards. I wanted to create images that would work well with my wacky sense of humor. I also wanted each image to be bright and colorful. Each Wilde Chicz has her own sense of style and something she loves. One loves to dance, one loves her cat, one loves being queen, and one loves to nibble the ears off of chocolate rabbits. Enjoy with cup of coffee.
Toothbrush A Day with Correy the Toothbrush
Jon discovered that he had a little problem. He had left his toothbrush Correy sitting alone in his cup for too long.
Correy the Toothbrush says, "Brush your teeth up and down. Move that brush round and round."
This book is laugh out loud slightly kid appealing gross with just enough healthy tooth care information.
Suitable for toddlers, early readers, and the young at heart.
Meditations: Between the Light and the Storm
We all live somewhere between the light and the storm. I hope that these unique guided imagery meditations will take you on joyful journeys. They are filled with warmth and a touch of playful humor. Two introductory meditations are followed by four possible endings. This allows you the freedom to create the meditation experience that will be the most helpful for you at this moment in time.
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