This novel is limited to 100 free copies due to its part in Inkitt’s Novel Contest.
Live for the moments you can’t put into words (but try to anyway).
“Be so good they can’t ignore you”. -Steve Martin
“I am proud of my heart. It has been played burned and broken, but it still works.”- Jadele (Tumblr)
Hola my ink dwellers, old and new,
This is an extension of the Love chapter in MJTP, the rancid sugar left out of my upcoming series of chapbooks, “T.O. Love Azúcar”, and the aftertaste of Refined, Purified Sugar... I am now 28 and I have experienced many things, specifically for this, I’ve kissed a lot of toads (no offense to the animal, but frogs would have been too nice). I’m still kissing frogs. Shhh... Don’t tell him, but over the past year, I think I finally I found “the puzzle piece to my soul.” I’ll patiently wait for him to realize it.
It is an autobiography of a “sidepiece” or “the other woman” and the things she wish she had time to say. It is about the feelings the man involved conveniently wants to ignore. It shows her a process to move on and how to develop a new appreciation for her worth as a woman.
To my young readers, “Idilios De Dulce De Leche” is still in the works. My comic book, “4A: The Audacious Adventures of Azúcar y Adobo” has taken over. I am pretty sure you’ll be happy with that work of art. I am still writing “Jerk Chicken y Jamón” so life tips are on their way.
To my Soldiers and Servants of God, “He Spoke” is currently being written. If you would like to contribute with your favorite Bible Verses do so via email, twitter or Facebook.
Remember, love is a never-ending circle that grows with each passing year. You have to kiss a lot of frogs to find your prince/princess, or as I like to say, “the puzzle piece to your soul”. There is a soulmate for everyone.
Simone “Azúcar” Nikkole
Why “Sanctifications” ?
The Definition of Sanctification
Sanctification is the process of becoming closer and committed to God after ridding yourself of your old self and claiming yourself as a new person in Christ. To be clear, I am not calling him a god. I am just identifying with the commitment and the dedication one makes within the process to become a new and better person.
Why “Sidepiece Sanctifications”?
I chose Sidepiece Sanctifications as the title because it was a process for me to become a dignified sidepiece in his life. I also had a process of falling in love with him in the process that made all the things we did together to me “holy”. I also went through a therapeutic cleansing process in order to “rid myself” of his hold on me. Finally the last process was me realizing and reclaiming both my worth as a woman and my sexuality as a Christian woman.
I felt like I was different than any other woman he associated with. He also told me I was different than any friend he ever had. He treated me differently than other women he was with in my presence. He tended to ignore the women he brought with him and focus all attention and flirtation toward me. This happened so much I would get dirty looks from his “plus 1” ’s.
Disclaimer (Sidepiece sanctification)
I’ve kissed a lot of toads
Frogs would have been too nice
I’m still kissing frogs
I haven’t found the puzzle piece to my soul yet
This is the no holds barred truth
Unbeforeseen and publicized autobiography of a sidepiece
These are feelings toads care nothing about
These are experiences that scar hearts
These are times you wished you weren’t a “ride or die” chick
These are times wasted and charred you can’t get back
Because the heart wants what the heart wants
These are moments you try to break free and can’t
Because you are shackled or
Have given in to a serious case of learned helplessness
These are days Freud, Jung, Gestalt and Dr. Sue dread;
When your emotions take control
And there is not even a shred or slither
Of superego to save yourself
These are moments described in “Eat, Pray, Love”
As your heart fusing with your brain
This is an autobiography of a “sidepiece”
“The other woman”
These are feelings the man involved
Conveniently wants to ignore
This shows her a process to move on
This journey leads to an appreciation for her worth
As a woman
Laraine Smith: My only suggestion on the grammar is to use www.grammarcheck.net. I have it bookmarked on Google Chrome. I see myself in the determination in this beautiful story! I have Cerebral Palsy, and I have dreams that I have been working hard for, too! The humor made me laugh!
Mark Morris: Just back from a week in Dublin and finished this story in 2 days - very entertaining and an easy, fun read. The plot keeps moving and the various scenarios - divorce, ex husband, job, lovers maintains interest.Hope to read part 2 soon as possible, back in Australia. Well done aiofe 👍
johnksutherland: Very modern, and quite erotic. I write erotics myself, but from a strictly 'straight' point of view and not BDSM. I read the first story and skimmed the rest. The author's writing style is superb and very easy to read. The stories are simple and entertaining. I liked everything about it, and I a...
giobelladoux1721: It's Quite, fun, to read. This writer is attuned with reality and I DO NOT find it shameful at all although I respect that opinion. For me it opened my eyes to a whole new way of writing and it expanded my imagination, I also find very few to no errors in common writing. The idea of adding a leve...
Michelle Thư Phạm: I love your story and I couldn't stop reading it. I thought that in the end they will be happy together and I didnt expect that it could end so sadly. I would like to see their reunion in the future. Keep writing stories like this. I support you <3
Susie Stevenson: a quick read. i felt the author could have added more. the story lines in this story compared to the other books by this author appeared pretty basic and i felt there was lines that could have been finished and didnt appear to be. but on the whole a good little quick read not as good as the other...
Kayresia A. Bass: Again, the author has amazed me. Very good story right from the beginning. As the story begins, curiosity keeps you reading just to find out what is going to happen next. Gabriel is an average guy who finds out later he is not so average. He meets and falls in love with a woman named Tanya. I lov...
Tanell Moore: Charming and completely relatable. I am Elle - the reluctant hopeless romantic in a dead end relationshit, unknowingly looking for love and a real connection. Tastefully written and overall well done! Simply loved it and quite sad to see it end. :)Thank you!