“Why I went M.I.A. for a few years … okay, maybe it’s been more than a few years.”

“I’ve been writing a book. But not just any book.

I’ve thought long and hard over how to present this story. It’s a story that I want to start and finish in one book, and be done. I don’t even want to talk about this story, but I had to write it. I had to get it all down. I had to get it off my chest, out of my head and far away from my soul as quickly as possible. I have never written a journal, but these years required me to journal to get through everything that happened.

I’m not even going to discuss this book, other than get it published and be done. Because the story has to be told. In fact, I think I want to publish it under another name. But then if I do that, no one will read the truth. No one will know the truth. No one will ever know the full story. And that’s why I have to write it.

The truth needs to be told. You will not get away with what you’ve done. I know it’s not my place to judge you, because we will all have our day to be judged. Yes, YOU will have to answer for what you’ve done. Maybe you haven’t had to yet, but your day will come. But it is not my right to judge you.

But it IS my right to tell my story. The complete story. Not just the ending that you have spewed out to everyone.design

Just a little tip:



When you tell a story, you need to start at the beginning.
You can’t tell a complete story by leaving out the beginning and the middle.
This causes the *end* of the story to be one-sided.

So I’m here to help you out. I will tell everyone the COMPLETE story, from the very beginning to the very end. Then maybe everyone will understand why I made that choice in the END of the story, the only little part you choose to tell.”

Korinne Bretwater ~



Sharing The Secret

Hattie Gray was struggling with her career as a Journalist. She needed a story and a good one at that – something that would take her to the national headlines and put her name on the tip of everyone’s tongue. Little did she know, the article she wrote on the death of single mom, Korinne Bretwater, would bring her career sky rocketing in a matter of hours as the personal journal of the single mom mysteriously ends up on her desk.



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