Things you never knew or simply never noticed.

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Have you ever pondered the past and wondered how you never knew that someone was interested in you? This happened to me very recently, and I can’t figure out how I never knew. Was it that I never noticed or that he wasn’t very clear about his intentions?

I’ll fill you in just a bit here. I am one of those people who keep in touch with about a third of my high school classmates on FaceBook. I keep in touch, somewhat sparingly, with some and much more often with others. So, without naming names, I’ll tell you that the little chat box popped up with a “free hug” meme from a guy I graduated with. This guy was someone I always liked in high school but never thought any more about our relationship passed the friendship stage. He was a football player. I was just a girl. Nothing special–just a girl who didn’t really fit into any specific group of kids. Continue reading “Things you never knew or simply never noticed.”

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The Writer’s Dialogue

 

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Writers are unique in the world. Every writer has a special voice and style that is specific to them. An author’s style and voice are as unique as their fingerprints. No matter what genre you prefer to write you still need an ear that is not your own to bounce ideas against. The “what ifs” and “how to’s” need sorting and what better way than to sit down with a fellow writer and friend to discuss your story–or anything else about a writer’s platform.  An honest dialogue is important between writers. Continue reading “The Writer’s Dialogue”