Author Archives: angelallindseth

About angelallindseth

Putting the finishing touches on The Contraption, a dystopian novel dealing with conversion therapy and social inequality. It's The Handmaid's Tale meets Divergent.

Starts with W

My response to City Sonnet’s January Photo of the Day Challenge for January 20. Can you guess what my ‘W’ stands for? It was a fun day In Rapid City, South Dakota. I was happy to see a more diverse crowd … Continue reading

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Sunday

Here is my contribution to Becca’s Sunday Trees – 375 photo challenge. Birches against the sky. I love the perseverance of this bugger. Let nothing stand in your way. I wrote this story with this tree in mind. A Tree for Momma … Continue reading

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Pathways

Enjoy my response to Friendly Friday Photo Challenge hosted by Something to Ponder About. Our family trip to Hawaii last year was an amazing adventure. The first two photos are from Pu’u Wa’awa’a volcano which was used as a cattle ranch … Continue reading

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Old School

                                                                             Plainview School, … Continue reading

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EVENT: Women’s March 2019 on Washington D.C. — EVENT: Women’s March 2019 on Washington D.C.

Get ready. On January 19, 2019 the Women’s Wave is converging on Washington D.C. for the 2019 Women’s March. Specifically, the following issues are spotlighted: Ending violence Reproductive rights LGBTQIA rights Workers rights Civil rights Disability rights Immigrant rights Environmental justice … Continue reading

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The Basement

The chill in the air took his breath, sucked it away leaving little icicles of dread that gripped his hope and melted it away. She was near. He hadn’t seen her face, but her presence lingered in the crevasses of … Continue reading

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Resolutions (and how not to make them)

Originally posted on Angela L. Lindseth:
Lose weight. How about just not gaining any new weight? It’s practically the same as losing weight. I know me, and I think this is a realistic objective. Say no to new weight!!! Get…

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Charcoal – Part 2 of 2 from Unconfined Delusions

Charcoal, Part 1 Personal log 04/13/2163 Five more showing symptoms. The medical bay is overflowing. Doc Peters has locked himself in the lab. His assistant lost the use of his hands, so I help him out when I can. Mostly, … Continue reading

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Charcoal – from Unconfined Delusions

Personal log 04/04/2163 The pinging that brought us to this sector of the galaxy comes from a Spector-18 exploratory vessel, old, but still used in some quadrants. It’s unknown how long the ship has been adrift. No reference to its … Continue reading

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Sanity’s Threshold – Goodreads Reviews

Sanity’s Threshold, Slivers of a Twisted Mind “You could sit down and read all of these “stories” in one sitting, but you might want to spread them out in order to savor the weird deliciousness of each piece. Because each … Continue reading

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