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Book of the Week #25:

Perfume,

by Patrick Süskind
Translated by John E. Woods

He succeeded in being considered totally uninteresting. People left him alone. And that was all he wanted.

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Writer

Book Review: Maid Under the Mistletoe by Maureen Child ~ 4 stars

Blurb:

Single mom Joy Curran needs this temporary holiday housekeeping job working for a reclusive billionaire. But her sexy, aloof boss pulls at Joy’s heartstringsand her long-denied desiresin unexpected ways… 256 more words

Start Over...?

I’m writing out my life in a timeline, so to experience my story the way its supposed to be told, start at I Was That Girl In School… 989 more words

Life Story

Blur

​Let this remain undefined then.
Let’s not think it love.

It asks that we take responsibility

For each other’s hearts

And that demands too much. … 252 more words

Poetry

Humping Hiddlestone (Belle)

Before she came home for her tea, I was trying to remember the name of Kylie Minogue’s husband. Wikipedia was no help at all. The entry simply read: 50 more words

Looking back

Looking back, Widow Winslow wasn’t a very convincing recluse.

She’d only come into town Saturday mornings when she’d drive her 1955 Ford Fairlane to the Farmer’s Market where she rarely spoke to anyone other than to ask Satchel Brewster about his heirloom tomatoes or haggle with Natty Crowe for some of his sourdough buns. 51 more words

Writing Prompt

Clam

Alone with a clam,
Not far away from the shore,
I realized how confined I am.
And I ask myself,
How can someone so emotionally recluse like me… 41 more words

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