Thank you so much!
I write a lot of damn adultery for some reason lol
ETA: Just noticed what you said about world building, and that’s awesome because world building is the worrrrrrrrst, so I’m glad I manage to pull it off.
Thank you so much Jules! I’m happy you find the dialogue honest, I think I’m very particular with how I write dialogue because I want it to sound real and natural. I try to practice how someone would say something in my head, especially in the heat of the moment, to really capture how a person might fumble or stutter or break awkwardly. Unrealistic dialogue can really take me out of the moment personally (like…Dawson’s Creek for example >_>). So that’s very important to me, thank you! :)
Anywhere I Would Have Followed You
04: It’s sad but sometimes moving on with the rest of your life starts with goodbye.
My mother knows that I’m no chef and tells me to take a minute out on the balcony. I take it eagerly, nearly sprinting out of the kitchen and outside. It’s a nice day, not too chilly, and I’m boiling from being in the kitchen for so long so the cooler breeze is a welcomed blessing for me. I’m just about ready to fall asleep when I hear my sister – my sister of all people – ask Gale, “So when are you going to put a ring on it?”
I stuff my fingers in my ear, almost afraid to hear Gale’s answer. I don’t want to think about weddings or proposals. Gale knows how I feel about that. We’re not ready. I’m not ready. And he has no right answering that question but I know he will because he’s Gale.
It can now (finally) be read at either:
fuck her right in the pursey
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