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The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Dover Thrift Editions) by Robert Louis Stevenson

Wanderlust: Love and Hate by Madasin Mayfair

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About meMadasin Mayfair is a published poet and essayist, debuting her first novel- Wanderlust: Love & Hate- from the highly anticipated Wanderlust series. A 2008 English graduate from Malone University, she is currently a graduate student at Northwestern State University pursuing a Language and Literature Master’s degree. Madasin grew up in Osnaburg Township, and currently resides in Massillon, Ohio with her husband, daughter, and German Shepherd Dog.

About my libraryA Word on Wanderlust: The Wanderlust series began with a concept that I have pondered over for years- things never change. The first book- Love & Hate was more than a book I wanted to write; I needed to write it!
The series explores the connection between the human condition, our deepest desires, convoluted and warring emotions, and the inner demons that shape and influence our lives. Wanderlust is the experience of living a tesseract life: forever trapped in the vicious cycle of distortion- a false reality. I wanted to expand on the idea that reflections of the past haunt our present state and the future likewise will continue in the same redundant and stagnant manner if we never conquer ourselves.
Wanderlust is a place of no escape- we travel through our lives, aimlessly, searching for purpose and meaning. Often times, I wondered how the devils and demons of our past effect the outcome of our present, when what we love is jaded, empty, and lost.
We wander for the unforgotten. We wander for our dreams. We wander because we can’t let go. I’ve learned to embrace Wanderlust; I’ve relived it with ink and paper. In time we must all embrace our inner demons because things never change.



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