Rated 4.91/5 based on 11 reviews
I kept tripping over my feet, tripping over my words, and eventually gave up talking all together. You continued to smile anyway.
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About Ayla Starr

The soul of a poet and the emotional makeup of a junkyard dog. And sometimes, I write things.

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Review by: RockySlattery on July 1, 2015 :
Flash fiction about the growing up years of a young person, coming of age with their identity. Deeply personal, reads like poetry or a note passed between friends in school, full of one person's point of view, he-said-she-said, gossip, observations, conflicts and resolutions.
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Review by: Brandy Doody on Jan. 19, 2015 :
Awesome read! I am thanking you from the bottom of my heart Ayla Starr! Keep these awesome books coming! Looking forward to the next awesome books by this inspiring author
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Review by: Liev Rand on Dec. 21, 2014 :
Beautiful, moving and something where you really want to just keep reading because you want that happy ending. It was so powerful and I've felt so much of it. Thanks for sharing.
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Review by: Beaten Track Publishing on July 23, 2014 :
This is wonderful, and I am beyond words. Thank you, Ayla Starr.
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Review by: Con T on July 23, 2014 :
That was a beautiful letter that made me have a lump in my throat. It's of a boy finally standing up and taking charge in what he believed in. I could empathize with his confusion, but also pushing through those feelings to go with what he felt was right. Kudos to Ms. Ayla for bringing out such emotion in so few words. :)
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Review by: kindleromance on Feb. 2, 2013 :
A love letter that brings you through one man's childhood and into his true heart's destination. Absolutely phenomenal! When somebody can tug at your heart strings with so few words, I am truly impressed.
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Review by: Tasha-Gaye Jones on Aug. 1, 2012 :
Such a beautiful letter, made me want to cry. It's such a beautiful read i could see the events before me, i could picture danny being who he is all glitter and beauty, It seemed so really, the frustration, the pain and even the love. Makes me want to face my fears
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Review by: Rhys Ethan on July 10, 2012 :
Such a beautiful, beautiful, beautiful story. I could really feel for the speaker and imagine Danny. Great imagery and use of words.
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Review by: Dar Mil on June 14, 2012 :
Still have a lump in my throat for this one. The story feels to be truth, like it happens everyday. In someways I am sure it does. Hard lessons to be true to yourself and your friends. Hold your head up and enjoy life even if you aren't like everyone else.

I don't know how I came upon this little story. Kind of glad I got behind on my reading goals so that I was searching for short books on my Kindle. This was a gem! Kind of wish I knew what happened next.
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Review by: London Shye on March 12, 2012 :
Wow, just wow! I teared up at the end. Maybe because how well written this story is, or because those in the community actually know a story like this.

Highly recommend this read.
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Review by: Sylvir on March 7, 2012 :
Absolutely flawless. I can't believe no one else reviewed this yet (I assume because it's such a recent release), but I hope my review might do this story even a little justice.

You know when something is well written when you can relate to the characters so easily and that whatever emotions they are going through you do as well. I cried while reading this. It's a very touching piece that is very realistically written and it possesses an entrancing feel of a confessional to it. Did this occur? Is one of the characters the author? It doesn't matter. What's important is this story is easily real.

Read this. It's a story of a coward finding strength. A story that all can relate to and speaks to the difficulties of being different.

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