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Birds and Bees

Mommy, where do books come from?

Well, when a person has a story to tell, she writes it down and sends it to a publisher, and the publisher makes a bunch of copies, and binds the pages together with glue and string, and then he sends them to bookshops for us to buy.

But Mommy, where do stories come from?

Go ask your father.

Where do you get your stories? This is not a rhetorical question!

2 thoughts on “Birds and Bees”

  1. I get my stories from real-life experiences. That means I mostly write about heartbreak, friendship, and depression. Not exactly light reading, but I like (need?) to express those emotions creatively.

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    1. Thank you Ela. “Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding.” – Khalil Gibran
      Your willingness to share your pain may ease someone else’s, or give them hope when they have none. Nothing could be more generous. ❤️

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