The Message Is In Your Hands

In Red Marks by Glenn McGoldrick the reader finds unemployed Michael not sure what he wants to do with his life. He must go to the Job Center to continue receiving benefits. He wasn’t too bad off today as he had found a purse with enough money to buy a few pints. Later there would be a visit with his parents where they would inquire about his job prospects and his love life. Michael was scheduled for some training but what he really needed was practice with communication skills. He just couldn’t connect with folks. That was what had happened with Becky. He knew she wanted to give him a message, but he just couldn’t get it out of her. His efforts ended in a breakup of their relationship.

He wasn’t actively looking for a girlfriend but there was a prospect. He had found Kate’s purse with the money that had financed his drinks. The purse also had a picture of Kate. Her eyes reminded him of Becky. He should return the purse anyway. Maybe Kate’s gratitude would end up in a friendship and even a romantic relationship. He would return Kate’s purse and see if he could get her to communicate with him better than Becky had.

Glenn McGoldrick writes short fiction with twists. Some are more hidden than others. See if you can find the twist in this one.

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Author: ron877

A reader, encouraging others to expand their knowledge of English through reading along with me some books I am currently reading. I will publish some reviews of books I have found notable. Comments in agreement and disagreement are welcome. Ronald Keeler is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to https://www.amazon.com.

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