Diary of a Hopeful Starving Student

This is a place for hope.

V Peracchio

V Peracchio
Little Rock, Arkansas, U.S.A.
August 03
I am delightful company!
Once upon a time this writer was a reporter/photographer and columnist for a large weekly newspaper in New York City, worked at the Center for Publishing at N.Y.U., worked at Kirkus for one whirlwind semester and eventually was an editor at Scholastic. After two very eventful years on cable television in New York City, this writer was voted off the island. Today this writer is a student and soon-to-be published author (all fingers and toes are crossed) living in reduced circumstances. She is ever hopeful and even though her stomach may rumble from time to time, she is usually somewhat reasonably well fed. Most importantly this writer is a recovering or former New Yorker, (recovering seems more apt), who is quite happily transplanted elsewhere. She blooms where she is planted. ************************ You can contact me at diaryofahopefulstarvingstudent@ gmail.com


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MAY 25, 2012 8:46PM

Don't Tell

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When Hope and Isaiah arrive back at the carriage house, they find Jemma still baking full throttle.

"Oh, you brought him with you," Jemma says.

"Isaiah and I are spending the day together," Hope says.

"But not here, right?" Jemma says as she puts both hands on her hips.

"No, we're about to go for a nice long walk," Hope says.

"Good.  Because I'm really not wild about babies.  Or children in general for that matter.  Oh, but don't tell Matthew.  OK?" Joy says.

"I'm sure he won't ask about it so I won't say a word," Hope says.

I don't have to.  I think Matthew figured that out all by himself.


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