Words and I.

Words and Magic and Silliness and Love.

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Lessons I’m learning while writing my novel: In order for the love interest to be a legitimate option for the protagonist and justify a true “love story” they must do something extraordinary for them. Then, and only then, does “falling in love” make sense. If only this were true in real life.

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Friends that are “fun” and call you “pretty” are great, and you should have plenty, but make sure that you have at least one friend that gives you advice and comforts you; and changes how you see the world.
Corey Saucier

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Peculiar Bodies

All of my fellow fellows have flown away, and I am left with a fine glittering mist of inspiration and the bright blue memory that God lives in peculiar queer bodies that dance beyond gender and identity. And even though they are gone, like Noah set to sea collecting poems and parables two by two, I am not alone. 

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You must always remember that everyone is as broken as you are; and if you do not think that you are broken, then you are far more broken than the rest of us.
Corey Saucier: Clover

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