Funny lies about how we met
How We Met by Katy ReganA contemporary story of love, friendship and grief, told with Katys inimitable laugh-out-loud humour, poignancy and heart.
There are some people you can’t imagine life without.
Liv Jenkins had been meticulously planning her ultimate to-do list – from the outrageous to sensible – of everything she longed to do before her dreaded thirtieth birthday, but when tragedy struck she never got the chance…
Two years later, Liv’s five closest friends have come together on the anniversary of her death and have made a pact: they will complete Liv’s to-do list in tribute to her memory.
Over the next year, before what would’ve been Liv’s thirtieth birthday, her friends set out to complete the tasks. But along the way deeply buried secrets, silent guilt, unrequited love and years of lies, rise to the surface rocking their friendships.
When they reach the end of Liv’s list the final task shakes the group to their core and they realise that they must face their futures and the consequences of their pasts, and with Liv’s help, live the lives they have always dreamed of.
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To celebrate my th post the other day , I told people if they commented, I would create a new post explaining how we met. Of course, I explained, all the content would be a lie. So here it is: a piece of fiction to include everyone one of you who was brave enough to leave a comment. I hope you enjoy this brief digression, where I veered off-course — away from parenting and education — and went straight to fiction. I would like to encourage people to click the highlighted names to see the work of any bloggers with whom you might not be familiar. In addition to being my cyber-friends, these people are truly great writers.
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You'll be surprised which situations can lead to beautiful friendships. Submitted by jennifersba8f. I met one of my best friends a few years ago when we were seated together at a mutual friend's wedding. We went to the bar after and I crashed on her couch. Submitted by danielleh4e0f8f
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