Simplicity of dedications

That big story of mine, well it’s edited and a couple my parents and two of my best friends have already read it as well.  I’m really happy with this fiction and well, I even dedicated it.

To all those who are special to me, that is to say, my parents and my friends, especially Zaz and Sul.

The thing about dedications is that it’s always something that pops in your mind spontaneously.  I mean, while editing the story, there was a little voice in my head that whispered “dedicate this story.”  Cool.  The following step then was to decide to whom I should dedicate the story.  But I already knew the answer.  I think I always did.

The story I wrote is about friendship in a foreign world.  Obviously, while writing it down, I had my own friends at the back of my mind and it’s without any surprises that I dedicated the story to them – and to my family too.  Well who would I have been without them, really.  Without my family, I mean.

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