You can call me Rose.

 

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“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” -Anais Nin

Coiledrose has been a wonderful little haven for me on the internet as an aspiring writer. It was the gateway to many paths in my successful transition from blogger to professional wordsmith. Initially, ‘You can call me Rose.’ was a small little place where I felt I could leave my sassy stamp on this page and expect no one to really find it. Well, SUPRISE! You’re here, aren’t you?

Initially you may be wondering why is Paige telling me to call her Rose? Well, Rose is not my name, not even in the slightest. But Coiledrose has a deep meaning for me. With this blog I initially aimed to offer a unique view of the things I love in the hopes that something great would come from it. It did.

Now, through Coiledrose I want to give my readers a place to find much of my work condensed to one fine blog. I’ve gathered fans through this blog, and connections, colleagues, friends! I owe so much to this little place on the web. And that is why I come back. I am very grateful for the opportunities I’ve come to attain. Opportunities missed are not lost, but achievements in the queue!

If you’d like to take a gander at my growing potential, go ahead click the following links, see what I’m doing outside of Coilerose’s confines.  When I’m not here, I’m probably on Another Castle where I am currently the esteemed Product Manager and COO. Writing for Examiner as one of NY’s finest and most read Video Game Industry journalists. Or contributing to Aggressive Comix, Gamesoul Online, and a plethora of others who have expressed interest in my talent. The list is constantly growing, take a look at my Resume or LinkedIn!

Lastly, I like to imagine this page as the guest book for who stops by and reads. Would you kindly leave a comment and a kind word before you go? If not, then I wish you a friendly see you soon.

15 thoughts on “You can call me Rose.

  1. Every time I try to blog I get bored and move on

    Well then, the solution is simple: stop being so bored!

    …Seems so far it’s worked out for ya. Hope it continues 😀

  2. Pingback: Happy Birthday COILEDROSE! | Coiled 薔薇 Rose

  3. Congratulations on your blog’s two year anniversary, Paige! I only recently discovered your blog, but I’ve enjoyed everything I’ve read. May your next two years be as fun and fulfilling as the first.

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