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Remy Benoit: Pastiche

By Remy Benoit

Remy Benoit: Pastiche

All of us have memories stored in our bodies, in all our senses. It is my hope that my small offering in Pastiche will inspire you to stand in front of a mirror, or at the top of a hill, by the water looking for all your connections to the past, the present, the future, the entirety of the life of universe.

When we examine who we were, who we have become, who we wish to become, we have set paving stones on the way to our truest self.

The most wretched “might have been” in life is the dream that we could have fulfilled, our most important dream, if we had but followed its call.

Do please, take your first step to that dream, and then the second, and then the third...enjoy the journey, accept your mistakes...and then take the fourth step...and the....

Remy Benoit: Pastiche.

If your dream is to write you own book, I am here to help you with that. Your Words Your Way.

You may order my other books from links here at the site, and I am so pleased to be able to tell you without hesitation to share the great intensity of the writing of John Cory. Yesterday's Kiss.
and An IED on the Yellow Brick Road.

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