From Me To You

From Me To You

By:  Kathy Nifer  Ongoing
Language: English
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A series of short letters between a teenage girl and boy. I just really hope you all enjoy reading this book.

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Hey Emma,I know you must be wondering who the heck this is. Well, I got your email from the One Voice Support group, and I just had to talk to you. Our situations are so much alike, and honestly, reading your comment made me think that some random person had read my mind. I also know that you live in Colorado ( I don't, sadly).And I'm only a year older than you. I also checked out your Facebook(which proved pointless) and Instagram (okay, I'm officially a stalker now. Btw do you even use Twitter?), and I don't understand how someone that looks like you do would be emotionally bullied. I mean, I almost thought that you joined the support group out of boredom, because it's hard to believe that you'd be bullied in any way. I have this belief that good looking people are hardly ever bullied. (In case you didn't catch on, I just called you beautiful)God, I'm pretty sure that after you read this, you'll have
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Hey Nate, Okay, I dunno how to even start this letter. It's people like you that society is wary of, honestly. And the hell man, you checked out my Instagram. I don't even know what to say to that. I'm kidding. I didn't mean anything I said there. I wanted to give you a little scare. Yeah, I'm 16. And I live in Colorado. But I'm wondering how you even got to know about my Instagram handle in the first place. I mean, I can understand the email address, but how? You're not a stalker, man, you're just someone who really wanted to talk to someone else. And no, I don't use Twitter. Yet.You're a member of One Voice, huh? I guess I'll check out your previous comments, to see if we really think alike. I mean, I find that difficult to believe, no offense. I am literally one of a kind, when it comes to how I think. But you are too( you think noodles are a God send? Big no n
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Hey Emma,First off, I just want to tell you how happy I am that you responded. I literally wanted to forget all about me sending you that email, because it just felt downright weird right after I hit send. I guess now, I didn't do a weird thing(did I?)And, I gotta say, you're going to be fun to talk to. Your letter was equally nice to read. You got a really good sense of humor, and that's nice to know. I won't have to explain my (terrible) jokes to you, I hate doing that shit. It ruins everything for me. I'm not gonna tell you how I got to know your Instagram. That's something that you'll have to live with. Closet writer, huh?  Do you specialise in poetry or something, because the second line ( I think it was the second) of your letter actually rhymed. I can't rhyme to save my life, no matter how hard I try. I don't want to say anything about your hurtf
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Hey Nate, Did you do a weird thing? Let's see. You read comments on an online support group, saw one that caught your interest, couldn't suppress the urge to talk to the girl that wrote said comment, sent her the oddest email she's ever read, and then decided to forget that he ever sent the email in the first place. Is that weird? I'll leave you to answer that for yourself.  And yes, I do have a sense of humor. Usually the dark kind, but it's still humor nonetheless, isn't it? But nowadays, very few things make me laugh. So,I don't know what to make of it. Does that still count as having a good sense of humor? Should I be worried that you refuse to tell me how you got to know my handle? Or is this you being mysterious? Either way, it's fine. I won't bother you about it again.  I write everything, though I've never once completed a book. For the life of me, I can't. I'm
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Hey Emma,I dont know what made you so unhappy yesterday, but I'm sorry that you felt that way. You didnt have to apologise( i understand its simple courtesy) because having bad days is pretty normal. I dont even talk to anyone at all if I'm having a bad day. And if i had known what was going on with you, I would've tried harder to make you laugh. Btw, you not laughing is another thing you shouldnt apologise for. My attempt was lame anyways.You asked me my question back, thats unfair. I guess what i did could be considered as weird. But not anymore, at least to me. Dark humor is still humor. I dont know if i prefer it to other forms of humor though. And yeah, youre right. I dont read much non fiction, much less poetry. I do read books, so i guess i could say yourr partially right. Academic books, biographies, self help books, things like that. I occasionally read mystery
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Hey Emma, It's being five days and three hours since I sent you the last email. I don't whether or not I should be worried, but I am. And I'm also feeling really bad, because it's clear that I'm responsible for what's going on with you right now.  I'm sorry for upsetting you in....any way I did. And I'll try not to do it again. I'm one of those people that don't rest easy when someone is mad at them or sad because of them. These past five days have really taken a toll on me( or so says my mirror), and I don't want to find out what will happen if I keep waiting for you to reply, hoping that you'd just decide to write me 'hey' and nothing else.  Also, if you decide to still talk to me after reading this letter, then we won't go to the deep parts of our lives. There's a lot of other things to talk about, like how the weather is and how you picture your life forty years from now.  I'll jus
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Hey.  I almost ended this here, because you did say to say just 'hey' in my next letter so you'd feel better. But I need to clarify some things first, because I don't like the fact that you're feeling guilty for hitting the nail on the wall. Because that's the only thing you did, and that's not exactly offensive. In fact, it's not offensive at all.  I'd say you should go with psychology. It seems like a talent, just like writing is for me. Don't let it go to waste, Nate.  Lemme start off by apologising. I sent you an email late, way late( though we don't exactly have a schedule for this, do we?)You felt bad, and that's probably the only reason I'm apologising right now. I'm sorry for not sending you an email sooner. I wanted to, but I couldn't find the right words. I stared at my computer (I don't know the actual number of times) about seven times before deciding, what the heck!! I don
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Author's Note.
Hello, and salutations, to everyone that's reading this book. I realise it's been a ridiculously long time since I updated, but that was to see if anyone was actually reading the book. I also had some problems with my goodnovel account. But I'll be updating regularly. Every Friday, hopefully. If you like the book even a little, just leave a comment.  It would mean a lot to me.  I also started a YouTube channel, where I post poems I write. If you're into that stuff, be sure to check my channel out. "Introverted poet." That would also mean a lot. And it would be way better if you subscribed and left a comment. It really helps writers, along with the whole sense of accomplishment that comes with viewing a nice comment on your work.  Expect an update soon! Stay awesome. 
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Hey, again,You might be shocked to see two entire emails from me. I too am shocked at myself. I can't believe I'm sending you two emails. I mean, it's not like you sent me two emails and I have to do the exact same thing. Then again, you're making me do things I never thought I'd do. It's both cool and scary. Big kudos to you, Nate. I can't really remember what I sent you in the last email, but I remember this comment you made though. You said that, you'd be fine just talking about random nonsense like the weather. I'd rather you take a shotgun and end my life, seriously. If you really like talking to me, and would want to keep talking to me, then please, no small talk about the weather and things that don't really matter.Doing that is almost as effective as murdering me with an actual weapon. I'd die of boredom. Okay, since that is covered( I mean it, dude), I'm going to just write random rubbish, like you did in your letter( it's n
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Author's Note
Hey everyone.  I know it's been a long time since I last updated. And I'm sorry for that. School, along with other personal stuff, came up, and I just couldn't.  Also, I was shocked to see I'd reached 200+ views, from 74. Thank you guys so much, both those that have stayed throughout, and those that recently started reading my book.  I'll just go straight to the point. This Author's Note is just to inform y'all about a few things. - I started a YouTube channel, it's called the "Introverted poet." Do try to check it out. And what is interesting about this is that, most of what I post there is based on this story. I basically converted "From Me To You," into a short love story on YouTube. Please subscribe, comment and like. Especially the comment part. I just want to engage with my readers, and hear what's on their mind.  - I also recently created a tiktok channel where
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