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The Guilt Club

I liked books, so I did a lot of reading. I preferred to stay at home, so I did. I valued my education, so I took school seriously. I enjoyed the company of others in small, controlled doses; so I kept a small circle of friends. I didn’t like alcohol, so I didn’t drink it. I was afraid of attention, so I stalked my crush from a safe distance.Everything was manageable. I was the administrator of my...

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Publication Date: March 23, 2015
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Language: English
ASIN: B00V4BJD9I
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own life; I kept my own fate on a leash.And then there was peer pressure. My mother worried about my reclusiveness and became the only mother in town who actively encouraged her 15-year-old to go out and party. I liked books, I preferred to stay at home, I valued my education, I kept a small circle of friends and I didn’t like alcohol, and I went out partying that night.Doing something different stirred up a fate that I was not destined for, resulting in me trying to live my small, safe life with a tainted conscience. A man is dead, and only four people know the true reason why.Keeping your own secrets is easier than keeping the secrets of others. Unless you love that person, and then their secrets become yours.