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Biosgraphy: A Social Network That is Inspiring

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Biosgraphy is platform where original content comes to be celebrated through the idea of social blogging. The quintessential expression of you can now be brought to life in ways never imagined before. A place you can truly be yourself and share your thoughts, writing, poetry, art, pictures and whatever else you think defines you. Biosgraphy is a creative journey with no destination, but one filled with energy and real human emotions. It is like walking through a secret door to a world of wonder with bustling thoughts, creations and stories.

We also like how Biosgraphy is being interpreted.. “Instagram for Writers” - that is pretty awesome. If you love to write original stories or just read them, then Biosgraphy is your destination and together we are reshaping social media in a positive way.

Here is what some of our users are saying:

“And here comes Biosgraphy. A site of elegance, simplicity, ease of use. A site of difference, of clearer goals, of a certain kind of intellectual glamour. Something different. I like different. I will give it a try. I hope the people that land here will share their amazing stories of excitement and inspiration, of serenity and beauty, and that we will become somewhat wiser; even happier." Athanasios Karavasilis

“Thank you for creating this much-needed site! I love the format and the ease of navigating. I am going to close my blogsite and transfer all of my stuff here.” Daniel St. Andrews

"Biosgraphy seems to be a good place to showcase my casual writing (which as a full-time writer is important to me) and I hope it grows." Amanda Sautbine Clemmer

“I will forever love my little blog and website but can't help but feel like I'm writing someplace out in the wild and am therefore constantly guarded. Here on Biosgraphy I think I've found a place where I can be me, truly me. I can share thoughts, pictures, fiction, whatever I think defines me.” Karen Jessop