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They say it’s difficult to judge a person’s tone based on what they post online. Two social network friends of William Dennison are about to find out for themselves how difficult it can be.

After losing both his marriage and his job in a single day, Bill takes to a popular social networking site to vent. A few irate posts later, however, it becomes clear to his friends tha
Kindle Edition, 31 pages
Published January 4th 2014 by Lost Hollow Books
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Kristina Gallo
Apr 17, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Excellent short story about people who post all personal troubles in a social media.
Leslie Bacon
Nov 11, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I thought that this was a very interesting story. The rapid descent in mood and rational of the main character was disturbingly all to real to life. On the opposite end is the reaction too many people have when they encounter someone who is troubled. **Trying not to spoil the story by mentioned details.** That is, the belief that people's social media rants are ONLY that...rants...harmless, meaningless, stream-of-conscience tirades when the truth may very well be the opposite. How we ignore sign ...more
Clare Lune
Jan 18, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Oh God, this story freaked me out and this is why I am so reticent about Facebook. Just goes to show you, it's really difficult to decipher a person's true intentions just by looking at social media. This story is truly reflective of modern horror, so check it out if you're down for a quick read.
Donna L. Snyder
Feb 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I laughed through the whole story.

This was a great story about a man on edge using social media to vent. He starts drinking and gets very verbal about his feelings. As the night goes on he becomes more obnoxious. Even with the dark storyline there was quite a bit of humor. I loved it.
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Isaac Thorne is a nice man who has, over the course of his life, developed a modest ability to spin a good yarn. Really. He promises. He also avoids public men’s restrooms at all costs.

He considers himself a lover of books, music, movies, and other forms of pop culture phenomenon. His philosophy on his life is that it's all one giant experiment.

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