Parallel Infinities

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Rosetta Spin has an odd relationship with reality: she unwittingly fell into an addiction for dreams. She learns to astrally project—to separate her soul from her body and go on fantastical adventures with no regard for reality. She meets someone in the astral plane who causes her to question exactly what is real and which side of her existence she wants to be the real one. More
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About Honnah Patnode

Honnah Patnode, the author of Parallel Infinities, is a seventeen-year-old high school student. She has been writing since she was drawn to the hobby in the midst of middle school boredom and has, as of the release of this novella, created two works to be professionally published. She has many ideas for future works of literature and hopes to publish them as well. In her college career, creative writing is one of the things she aims to focus on most in order to incorporate it into a successful career.

When she is not writing, Honnah occupies her time with music. She plays the clarinet and piano, composes musical pieces on computerized programs, and listens to a wide variety of genres. She prefers to listen to and create music that is emotionally moving and has authenticity and uniqueness to it. Honnah is a member of her high school band and considers the elective to be a favorite hobby for the sense of community and accomplishment it brings. She also busies herself outside of school by caring for and playing with her four pets: two cats and two dogs.

Her plans for the future are to pursue happiness in whatever form it may be. She hopes to continue writing and bring moving, emotional, and ultimately thought-provoking experiences to readers that pick up her books. For her, writing is a very personal, cathartic experience, and she hopes to bring that same sense of individuality into her readers’ lives. Her favorite aspect of writing fiction is the knowledge that every reader will perceive the story in a slightly different way, intertwining his/her personal life into the story in a way that makes it even more poignant.

Honnah's inspiration comes predominantly from beauty and tragedy in the world around her, and both of those emotional experiences are what she hopes to express through her writing, regardless of where the characters or plots take her. It also comes from the artistic success stories that motivate her to try to forge her writing into something remarkable.

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James Jenkins reviewed on Dec. 15, 2018

I read 8% before putting it down. Dis functional family, talk about new refrigerators in old apartments., hair and make up. Nothing remotely related to the intro.

The words all go together well, but they don't take me where the intro promises.
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Hanna Queenlie reviewed on June 29, 2016

From both a writer's and a reader's perspective, this story is absolutely amazing. The author's dialogue seems natural and not at all forced, like a real-life conversation. Her grasp of metaphors is spectacular, and the imagery it provides was stunning. The story kept me completely hooked from beginning to end and i love it!
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