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The Pain, The Gain #2

At quarter past 7am, i was astonished by the crowd I met inside, are these people here for the photoshoots? I asked the lady standing beside me “yes” she said…wow, it must be a real deal, i said to myself. At exactly 8:15am, my so called guy called my attention to a short meeting that […]

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The Pain and the Gain, #1

About two kilometers away from my place of residence on the 31st of January, ’19 at exactly 4:17pm was me walking to where am to board a bus going home and then a guy approached me from behind and all I could hear was ” hello how are you” was that greeting meant for me? […]

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THE PROMISE by TERESA DRISCOLL

Originally posted on Pirate Patty Reviews:
A secret. A promise made by three 14-year-old girls at boarding school. Buried, but never forgotten. Carol, Beth and Sally have lived with this terrible secret well into their adult lives. Beth and Sally are still very close but Carol seemed to disappear off the face of the earth…

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Mom’s Lessons

Originally posted on Mind Heart Matters:
Cancer is nasty. It is an insidious, life-sucking, mentally challenging and exhausting disease that tests a family in ways they never dreamed possible. It tires you, and angers you, frightens you and saddens you. How do I know this? Our family was recently blind-sided by a diagnosis that will…

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Struggles

Originally posted on Lisa Stowe – The Story River Blog:
When I started this blog a few years ago I thought it would be about writing. That I would share my journey as I learned and struggled with stories and words. Those early posts are stilted and uncomfortable when I read them now. Slowly, other…

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Shelved: Fiona Apple’s Extraordinary Machine

Originally posted on Longreads:
Tom Maxwell | Longreads | January 2019 | 17 minutes (3,315 words) ? The remarkable thing about Fiona Apple’s album Extraordinary Machine is that it’s actually two albums. Each has its own fans and critics; each was reviewed in the mainstream press; each is available to the casual listener. Upon closer inspection,…