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Guilt, Fault, and Who is to Blame — 3 Comments

  1. Pingback:Welcome – Al Turtle's Relationship Wisdom

  2. Yup, this might not be the right place. But, people seem to leave their comments where they want to. That's ok with me. Thanks for visiting.
    Thanks for your encouraging comment. Actually, I have often thought of writing a book. Many, many people have suggested it. I have spoken with friends who are authors and who have encouraged me. I have created outlines of one or another. Still I have not written one.
    Last fall (2006) I settled for the idea that my website is a book or perhaps a “body of writing” that could be compiled into one. It represents my personal and growing knowledge about relationships. I tend it, and keep it all in my head. That is what keeps it consistent.
    I see no reason that this all cannot be put into a book, but I fear I may not be the one to do it. The troubles of writing a book just don't seem to be worth it – yet. I told this to a friend who secretly started to write his version of a book based on my website.
    His version is written, and in editing. He has given me a copy, and also has handed it out to some other friends. I think he plans to get it published. I am encouraging him. It is called Turtle Logic and the University of Life by Kevin Scott Dodson and is listed on my page on Books I Read.

  3. Al, this comment isn't about this article per se, but I couldn't figure out how to make a general comment.
    I have found your articles quite useful. Have you thought about writing a book?

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