Have You Thought About Writing a Book?

Discussion in 'Reading & Writing' started by Ruth Belena, Jan 28, 2015.

  1. Joe Riley

    Joe Riley Veteran Member
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    A novel would need a very long train!;)
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  2. Linda Schrier

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    In my 40's I was stalked by a woman for 10 years unmercifully. It was a more than a TV movie. It scared the life out of me. She did terrible, unspeakable things to me and even got other's in on it. I have a lifetime restraining order against her. She keeps trying to have it lifted and my lawyer tells her no way, not a chance. I'm 63 now and I am very careful about the people I meet. That is what I would write a book about.
     
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    You are going to write a book from your own experience? I guess that's the best way of writing a book since you know everything. With fiction, you have to remember what you are inventing otherwise your story will have a loophole. At this early, I am already intrigued on knowing who that woman is. Your ex maybe? And to think that a lifetime restraining order is a serious matter then that means that the woman is really a big bother. Well, to commiserate, I'd say that's the problem you get when you are handsome. Hahahaaa.
     
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