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Maybe it's because I am an English major, or perhaps it's because I love to lose myself in a world that is not mine. One delemma that I have found myself up against is what do I read next? You sit down and really figure out if this will have any hope of working out. Are they nummah than a hake (It's a Mainer saying)? Let me start off with a book I recently read: I found this book by way of speed dating and was instantly drawn in by the title. The Way Life Should Be is literally written on the Maine Welcome sign as you drive into the state. She took a chance on a guy who was just a screen name, a place she had only seen pictures of in magazines and her grandmothers Italian recipes.

I often seek out opinions of other readers, search the NY Times Bestsellers list, or scour Good Reads to see if they can find me the perfect match. Usually the first date (or first few chapters) will tell you a lot. Little did she know, she would be captivated by the small town she landed in and her need for change would outweigh her lack of a job, friends, or money.

It either works out and there is that undeniable passion or you close that chapter and move on. Some I have even, long after the relationship ended, rekindled it..I fell back into that deep love. Angela Russo found herself in Down East Maine (which is actually up the coast...confusing I know) by way of online dating. I have so many special reads that hold that place in my heart.We all have bad blogging days, and we’ve all written posts that are kind of “meh.” It happens.But keep in mind that post you write could be the very first post someone reads on your blog.

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