About and Contact

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eyE[before]E is a blog about the opinions and artistic endeavours of its author, Ryan Brooks, as well as spotlighting other authors and artists in the online community.. Ryan is a writer and artist based out of the Central Coast in Australia. He is a regular contributer to the website Warhol’s Children and is currently working on his second novel, ‘Beneath a Clockwork Sun‘. Ryan enjoys literature, comic books, cinema, and expressing esoteric sentiments in a way that allows a segment of the population to understand him.

If you’ve made it this far, you may be one of them.

In his short life span, Ryan has worked as a mail boy, accounts clerk, factory hand, shopkeeper, tarot reader, energetic healer, administrative assistant and cinema projectionist. This blog has nothing to do with any of these things though.

Contact Information:

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33 thoughts on “About and Contact

    • As in, the definition? Esoteric means ‘known to a select few’. Esoteric knowledge is knowledge that is shared by only a handful of people. The word esoteric has also been traditionally associated with spirituality, cloistered spiritual movements and ‘mystery schools’ (such as Masonic Lodges), as these things had historically only been accessible to small groups of people. Does this answer your question? πŸ™‚

      • Hi Ryan, yes it does. I’ve heard that word before, but I didn’t know what it mean. πŸ™‚ Thanks!

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  2. Hi Ryan,
    I’ve just nominated you for a Most Influential Blogger Award. I don’t know if you do awards, but either way, I wanted you to know how much I love your work
    Steph

    • Awww, thanks Steph. It’s nice to be appreciated. Back at cha. πŸ™‚

      In terms of whether I accept awards, I’ve been a bit confused about this process. I’ve been nominated once or twice before, but obviously there’s no voting process, so in this case I take it that ‘nomination’ actually means ‘won’? I’m a bit confused about the whole process, care to elaborate? Nonetheless, thanks again Steph, appreciate the sentiment. ^^

      • Yes a nomination means you’ve won. I like doing it because it provides links with other blogs and other bloggers. You can use it to share other blogs you love with your followers. It also lets other bloggers know how much you appreciate them, which is always nice. Once you have completed the award requirements – which is usually answer some questions and stuff then nominate other bloggers- you can add the award to your widgets.
        Oh and it does not suprise me to hear you have been nominated many times before – you’re awesomeness knows no bounds!

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  4. So glad you visited me, so I could find you! Have greatly enjoyed what I’ve read so far and look forward to journeying through your archives and future work.

    • Likewise Tamrah. You blog is very insightful, well-written and off touching. I’m glad we could take the time to get to know each other better. Namaste. πŸ™‚

      • πŸ™‚ – Also greatly enjoying my journeys through blogs you led me too! What a wonderful treat for this Friday! Thanks!

  5. Wow. Tarot reader? Just stopping by to say thanks for choosing to follow Wine and Cheese (Doodles). What a varied and interesting life you’ve led in your ‘short life span’ ;-). Looking forward to coming back for some more. Thanks again, and hope to see you around WCD.

    • Indeed, I read in a shop on the Central Coast in Australia for awhile. It always seemed like a natural extension of my energetic healing work. Don’t read professionally anymore, but for friends on occasion, if they’re lucky. Life can indeed be interesting. πŸ™‚

      My pleasure, Roxie. Likewise, thanks for taking an interest in my blog too. I’m certain we’ll be seeing each other. ^^

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