ONE WEEK

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

Besides, it’s not like anyone actually reads these anyways, how could they?

ONE WEEK

 

Spring – Week 2

 

Well, I have almost forgotten how much faster time seems to pass when you stay busy.  It at least alleviates some of the anxiety of waiting for stuff and things to happen.  How could anyone not enjoy working?  To each their own I suppose.

 

Stumbled upon an ancient story that really caught my interest:  Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by someone named Lisa See, but the record was corrupt at the beginning so I didn’t get a chance to read it.  The beginning of a story always lays the groundwork, I think, so I will see about fixing it another time.  Instead, I found an unusual story titled Love, Jacaranda by one Alex Flinn which is written in such a way that it tells the story through archaic communications like letters and E-mail.  It was quite a fun read, albeit rather predictable, but enjoyable nonetheless.  This form of writing seems to be rather popular during a certain era, and honestly not much different from these journals.  To be blunt though, I feel like it is pretty amateurish to write like that and then publish it to make a quick sale…Whatever happened to writing simply for other beings to enjoy?  That’s pretty much what I’m doing here; writing for writing’s sake.

 

Besides, it’s not like anyone actually reads these anyways, how could they?  It’s just me here, right?  All the same, the sky’s the limit!  I’m off to another story, I’ll write again in seven days.


Submitted: April 04, 2021

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