Readers will be just as impatient as Joe as they wait for a response from Kara and the next move they make toward becoming together. Review of The Journal: BY Casey Murphy July 12th, 3 comments.
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Blake has done every job from driving truck, to working fast food, doing stand-up comedy. He describes The Journal; Messages to Kara as a love story that he has written hundreds of times, about the woman who stole his heart, and his chance of reuniting that love from so long ago.
See more of The Journal: Messages to Kara on Facebook. Log In. Forgot account ? or. Create New Account. Not Now. Search. Book. AboutSee All. Highlights. So began the story of The Journal: Messages to Kara, by Blake Matthew James At one point in the book, as Joe begins to write his journal, an.
It's about the dreams you have about who and what you thought you were going to be in life. Let me ask, what's the most overrated virtue? What do most people get wrong about you?
People tend to misunderstand me because I write comedy, and they think by my doing so that I am not sincere. If you could change one thing about the world, what would it be? With a truly entertaining literary technique, Blake Matthew James tells his story from the present time of when Joe is starting his search for Kara to throughout receiving his email replies from her. At one point in the book, as Joe begins to write his journal, an interesting excerpt is: The moment my pen touched the paper, the words flowed effortlessly.
Whether a love lost, or the death of a spouse, sibling, friend or parent, not being with someone is not a reason for not being a part of someone. The book moves swiftly, and honestly I could not put it down, reading it in one sitting. Just when I thought I had the ending figured out….