Monthly Archives: August 2012

Drunken Propositions

Lyle takes his fifth shot of tequila in the hour he and Aly have been at the party. He licks the line of salt off his hand, winces at the strength of the tequila, and bites the lime for effect. … Continue reading

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Sequins and Frisbee Don’t Mix

This is the third time in two days I’ve given my best puppy dog eyes to a guy. I’m three for three for getting shot down. “Sean, you’re my last hope.” I’m currently deciding whether to push out my bottom lip … Continue reading

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A Matter of Perspective

“You have no idea what you’re talking about!” Harry pushed past his sister to get into the kitchen. “Aw, c’mon Harry, I’m not blind. Besides, you know what he did. You guys were sitting in the living room–” “Shut up!” … Continue reading

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My Summer of… Not Writing

June: I have an ambitious plan. I’ll work in NYC at an editorial intern desk four days per week and then using my newfound knowledge about writing, I’ll apply it to my own writing and keep tweaking the manuscripts I … Continue reading

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