This is the first epistolary exchange series between myself and author Julie Kusma. Be sure to follow or subscribe to The “Dear J” Letters so you won’t miss a single letter.
They – Part 1
I should have left this town when you asked me. It has been two months since I received a letter from you, and I’m starting to worry. I wonder, though, if things are the same where you are because strange things are happening here. Continue reading They – Part 1 here.
They – Part 2
I suppose I owe you an apology for my absence these past few months. You won’t like this, but my work is all-consuming. I am pleased to learn you are well, albeit rattled by the local climate. Nonetheless, you are well. Continue reading They – Part 2 here.
They – Part 3
I cannot begin to tell you how relieved I am to read your letter. First, I want to say you are correct about David. I saw him at the grocery store with a young twenty-something woman. He didn’t see me because I left immediately. I am glad he’s not my problem anymore. Continue reading They – Part 3 here.
They – Part 4
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I should be infuriated with you for going out on your own, but I suppose I knew that was exactly what you would do. I asked you to leave your beloved town and Convenium Park months ago. You refused. Why would I believe you would listen to me now? Continue reading They – part 4 here.
They – Part 5
Your last correspondence confirmed your arrogance and sense of superiority. Throughout the years of our friendship, I have always known your deep-seated assumptions about my character. You never miss a chance to imply that you think I am weak, even though it is so subtle. You must realize; I am fully enlightened about your sentiments. I am glad I followed my instinct and stayed in town rather than follow you like a puppy on its best behavior. Continue reading They – Part 5 here.