This is How You Begin

The Samoan Letters started life as a four year correspondence from a family that had moved from suburban Detroit to American Samoa in 1964. Actually, it was my family, which is how I know all this stuff.

For the full story on that, check out Introduction – The Blook. If you’ve just found The Blook, go to Post One and wade right in. Or maybe you’ve been reading right along from the beginning, so just start with the most recent post. And if you’re feeling kind of non-linear, man, just start anywhere. You’ll catch up eventually.

New feature: The early chapters will start appearing as links at the top of the page so they can be read in sequence without scrolling (because we all know how exhausting that activity can be!)

Keep checking back on Fridays for new posts, and if you’re enjoying the story, please hit Like on the Facebook link on the right side and feel free to share. When it’s a movie, you’ll all have been responsible for helping it go viral and I will send each of you ten dollars. (Okay, that part is what we writers call “fiction.”)

All posts © Chris Broquet.

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