Journey's End

I sometimes wish there was a way I could mark books I d written as read but not this way Because well I wrote them blush So writing anything even vaguely like a review smacks a little of pre

I sometimes wish there was a way I could mark books I'd written as 'read' - but not this way. Because, well, I wrote them (blush). So writing anything even vaguely like a review smacks a little of prejudice.OK. A _lot_ of prejudice (blush).So yes- I wrote this. And no - I'm not going to review it :-P.But what I will do, if I may, is say some things about it that might either intrigue, or give fair warning. Because the book structure in this case is (for me at least) a little experimental. It's one story, but told from two largely alternating points of view - that of the male and female main characters. Each section is marked with a HIM or a HER to show who's talking, and those sections are told from a first person perspective. Because sometimes, what you see depends entirely on where you're standing - your perspective :-).So if that's not too confusing, and if you're intrigued, maybe we can take a journey together - all the way to the end. Because sometimes, hell really is where the heart is.The best Journey's End Creat Tatter Jack am Ebook Fuck, those are great legs That s what he said When you meet a new guy, the hardest part can be making a bridge A connection Still, most times connection doesn t mean he grabs your legs and pulls But you have to give a guy a break when you re upside down in a snow drift even when you re wearing a skirt And if he s cute, and the first thing he knows about you is Fuck, those are great legs That s what he said When you meet a new guy, the hardest part can be making a bridge A connection Still, most times connection doesn t mean he grabs your legs and pulls But you have to give a guy a break when you re upside down in a snow drift even when you re wearing a skirt And if he s cute, and the first thing he knows about you is the colour of your underwear, what s a girl got to lose In Sam s case it was her clothes, and as far as she was concerned it couldn t happen soon enough On her eighteenth birthday, it did And it was great Until he killed her mom Until she told him to go to hell and sent herself too But bridges are patient One way or another you always have to cross The only choice you get is which way And now it s time Because hell isn t just a place life can go Hell is where the heart is.. Tatter s an ol Irish word meanin father of the clan Well, that ain t me I m just ol TatterJack I been walkin these hills, tellin my tales, since they was bloody mountains I been doin it so bloody long, there s some as tells tales about _me_ even Like how if you stand with your back to a mirror, an says my name, an says it three times forwards an one time back, an three times back an one time front, how I ll come An they ll say all sorts of things what happen next But it s all rubbish Cos first, I don t come when I se bloody called, not to no one An second, I don t rip out your innards to make my stew neither Well, not very often.But if ye find me on the Road, we can sit us down, an we can set us a fire, an I ll tell ye a tale if ye ve a mind to hear it An if it s a cold night, then mebbee it ll be one wi some fire in it, to keep you warm when you re far from home.. Popular Book Journey's End I sometimes wish there was a way I could mark books I'd written as 'read' - but not this way. Because, well, I wrote them (blush). So writing anything even vaguely like a review smacks a little of prejudice.OK. A _lot_ of prejudice (blush).So yes- I wrote this. And no - I'm not going to review it :-P.But what I will do, if I may, is say some things about it that might either intrigue, or give fair warning. Because the book structure in this case is (for me at least) a little experimental. It's one story, but told from two largely alternating points of view - that of the male and female main characters. Each section is marked with a HIM or a HER to show who's talking, and those sections are told from a first person perspective. Because sometimes, what you see depends entirely on where you're standing - your perspective :-).So if that's not too confusing, and if you're intrigued, maybe we can take a journey together - all the way to the end. Because sometimes, hell really is where the heart is.

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  1. Tatter s an ol Irish word meanin father of the clan Well, that ain t me I m just ol TatterJack I been walkin these hills, tellin my tales, since they was bloody mountains I been doin it so bloody long, there s some as tells tales about _me_ even Like how if you stand with your back to a mirror, an says my name, an says it three times forwards an one time back, an three times back an one time front, how I ll come An they ll say all sorts of things what happen next But it s all rubbish Cos first, I don t come when I se bloody called, not to no one An second, I don t rip out your innards to make my stew neither Well, not very often.But if ye find me on the Road, we can sit us down, an we can set us a fire, an I ll tell ye a tale if ye ve a mind to hear it An if it s a cold night, then mebbee it ll be one wi some fire in it, to keep you warm when you re far from home.

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  1. I sometimes wish there was a way I could mark books I d written as read but not this way Because, well, I wrote them blush So writing anything even vaguely like a review smacks a little of prejudice.OK A _lot_ of prejudice blush.So yes I wrote this And no I m not going to review it P.But what I will do, if I may, is say some things about it that might either intrigue, or give fair warning Because the book structure in this case is for me at least a little experimental It s one story, but told fr [...]


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