Category Archives: unreturned love

Guest Bloggers for September and October — This Writer’s Life

Are you interested in being a guest blogger on This Writer’s Life? You can blog on anything that’s writing related for example- How you plan your writing time How you fixed a writing problem How you create characters or plot … Continue reading

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innocence ghosting – Manic Mondays — like mercury colliding…

innocence ghosting we skipped the crown humming flew away it was later that her face turned pale she said, there is no truth let her be sixteen eyes open might just as well’ve be closed her face ghostly pale and … Continue reading

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What the heck am I writing?

Are you struggling to find your voice? Normally, your creative ideas flow like the Nile River, but since tensions rising in the news and the workplace has become the new proving grounds for work-alcoholics has left you exhausted.  Your creative waters are still and there are no … Continue reading

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Almost There

  Sorry for the delay, but Real World won’t let me escape to the world of Cursed Love. Good news, I have narrowed it down to my Top 4. I love the different takes I’ve gotten on the topic. And I love to … Continue reading

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I want that Kind of Love

“I know your weakness, and I’ll meet you in that very place.” -Sarah Young      

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Cursed Love Entries Needed

Author:  Clinton Siegle I wanted to share a little snippet. “I loved her with all my heart, that’ll teach me. Love is fickle for the best of people, but for a poor boy, love is even worse than being poor.” … Continue reading

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Cursed Love

My third favorite holiday is coming soon. Valentines Day In the Paranormal world we strive for the falling in and out of Love, that pain and pleasure captured in words. It’s the reason and the purpose for flipping to the next page. But isn’t this true of real life? We … Continue reading

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