Before I begin, I would like to pay my respects to the great Chadwick Boseman. I was never a big fan of Marvel, but I have see many of the films. Black Panther is my favorite character out of the many. He was one of Disney’s/Marvel’s biggest stars. My heart goes out to his friends and family.
I haven’t written or read today. I’ve been working on my mini-house, less than one foot tall. Tomorrow, though, I will be more productive. I would like to take a moment and talk about confessions. I want a certain person to know that just because something happened in the past, it does not mean that I care for said person any less. Being safe is what matters.
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Certain thoughts formed today has made me develop certain plans for slme of my characters, both positive and negative. Hopefully my readers will find said plans acceptable. I’m deep in the heart of “Source” (in my mind; I’ve only written some of the story). I promise to provide a better product, I will give my readers what they deserve.
Until next time, always remember: not everything is what it seems.
–Dakota Matos, published author
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