Moving aside all other things and people and drama, the clarity of writing original and deeply layered storytelling is coming back. The hiatus (some would call ‘writers block’) is over.
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*The following unedited preview is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental. Copyright 2016 © Desktopepics Publishing Prelude Missing Things Thirty-one years ago – Savannah Georgia Twenty-two-year-old Amber Kuhn was handed the keys to the rented house on Glenridge Drive with stars in her eyes and a hand on her back. The baby was due any day now, and she walked like the typical mother’s-to-be with her hand on her back for support and a bulge in her front that was ready to bust.
I’ve been on Wattpad since 2010. I’ve seen it at it’s early stages since it really didn’t take off until recently and originally started in 2006. I never utilized it effectively and, at the time, I felt I was writing for an audience that wasn’t there. Over time, I pulled stories and replaced stories. Even posted stories I really shouldn’t have if I considered them items I wanted to actually publish.