Restoring Memories #Guest Post #David Wesley Woolverton

My Dear Readers,

“Restoring Memories” a guest post by a very talented writer David Wesley Woolverton. David is an aspiring author currently pursuing a master’s degree in creative writing at the University of South Alabama. His interests include trains, books, and daydreaming.


Nesrin and Ceylan had just joined the restoration staff of an open-air museum preserving the remains of an ancient city. They surveyed the ruins around them, finding very little left of the city; some scraps of wall, a few statues, minuscule traces of road.
Nesrin stopped to pet the nose of a stone lion, analyzing the contrast between her young-looking fingers and the years recorded by the moss and dirt on the statue. “Hard to believe this was our childhood home.” Continue reading here.



15 thoughts on “Restoring Memories #Guest Post #David Wesley Woolverton

      1. Most welcome,dear!!but i have gone his site but i forgot my password of e mail i d.his site is demanding all information about can i give him my information without e-mail i d.

      2. To read further you just need to click on the word “here” on my post 🙂

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