Tuesday, March 29, 2011

The One Who Got Away

I’m halfway thru writing a new book about two lovers who were torn apart by parents who didn’t think they belonged together at such a young age. Now ten years later that flame is still burning bright and they’re heating up the dressing rooms, rugs and possibly the sheets. Not sure if they’ll ever make it to a bed. ;) I’ve never written the lost love story and I’m kinda liking it. I hadn’t been thinking about the one who got away when I started this story, but as I’m writing it I’m beginning to wonder what became of my first true love. So much so I looked for him on Facebook. I couldn’t help myself I was curious what he looked like 25 years later. I didn’t find him. I’m not sure what I would’ve done if I had. Probably nothing because I don’t have a Facebook account! LOL How about you…have you ever thought about a lost lover or the one who got away? Time for me to get back to writing Looking Thru the Glass.


  1. This is such a great idea for a story! I think we all have curiosity about our loves from the past. Looking back I have to say fate was doing me a kindness by blocking my path with a couple of those
    XXOO Kat

  2. There's one I wish fate stepped in and blocked, but didn't. :( LOL

  3. I'm a big fan of lost love stories!

  4. I love reading them too, Tessie. I'm not sure why I've never written one before now. I know I'll write another one though. :)

  5. I like it the concept. I always wonder about my "first love". Every once in a while, I see his name on a real estate sign and it makes me giggle like I was thirteen again!


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