Mine might be called: "The Girl Who Knew Too Much" The first few lines to mine might be: "The young girl, mature beyond her years, lived in the future as though it were a memory from her past. Always running, arriving before she was ready. Grace was the anchor she sought--to surrender to what is and not what ought to be. This was the ease and flow she desired...
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I love it!!! Wow--there really are a lot of great writers here on Hub Pages--each with such a unique "start" to the story of their lives! As I've said to others--I'd love to hear more! Let me know should you continue. :-)
Ah--you made me smile. Thanks for that! Maybe your title could be all those titles--it makes a point! :-) I really want to read more! Those opening sentences sound like a roller coaster of a story follows...if you write it I will read it!
VEEEERY good! Great story-starters on Hub Pages! And that the story is true--even better. It sounds like there is an amazing depth to your story--richness--an adventure through highs and lows--celebrations and mysteries. Thanks for sharing!
Ooooo! I like it. I'm totally intrigued...so...I must ask...where did you go?
Dear Seek-n -Find,
I went to the other-side...
I think we should converse! I'm about 1/3 way through a book I'm writing about that very topic. Please, if you are willing, let me know if you'd like to share any details. :-) I'm quite curious!
Absolutely, I would love to share my experience and insight with you. If I could (only) re-locate a hub I authored titled, There and Back part 2 a couple of years ago it would be facilitating...
I'll look for it--thank you!!! Can't wait to read it.
Great title---but oh no! Nobody's story can be boring. There is too much depth inside each person--too much worth. Even if a life is barraged in mundane,its one's "essence" that creates excitement. In movies, the characters matter more than plot!
Ahhh--the quest. Sounds like you are all in--embracing this journey--good for you! I heard a quote: Live as if the future is a memory. Seems fitting! Thanks for sharing!
Ah--ahead of the game! Great--I'll look forward to taking a look! I had to write an autobiography for grad school--wow was it hard. How do you put your life in a book--confined to space and time? Good job for starting!
Those are my thoughts exactly. I suppose that is what is holding me back, plus the fallout it may cause.
:-) Sounds like you have some varied experiences! Thanks for your answer.