About AppleBelle

Insight + Life


Blogging under the pseudonym, ‘AppleBelle’, I am a poet, writer, philosopher and musician with a taste for Bach, dystopian fiction and superheroes. I’m striving to be the best version of myself and want to share my insights into the world, with the world. Hopefully, I can do that through this blog.

Behind the Name

AppleBelle was my childhood nickname that I still carry with me.

Love, knowledge, wisdom, temptation, joy, death, nature, rebirth, luxury: the apple is a symbol of life and all its’ mysteries. A call to awakening, a realisation: a bell heralds messages and pronounces.

These meanings combined, AppleBelle is a symbol of an awakening and realisation of life itself.

Summarised Copyright Information

Essentially, my blog, AppleBelle is copyrighted as to ensure and enforce that:

a) All of my AppleBelle blog posts, musings and writings etc. (authored under applebelleblog), are the intellectual property of me: applebelleblog.

b) All of my AppleBelle blog posts, musings and writings etc. (authored under applebelleblog), may be used as excerpts and links provided they are fully and clearly credited as being from my blog and username. If you would like to use or duplicate a full post from AppleBelle, you need to contact me so I may give you permission…if I like.

Official Copyright Information & Licenses

Copyright Notice © applebelleblog and AppleBelle Blog, 2017. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to applebelleblog and AppleBelle with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.
Creative Commons License
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