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The first chapter of the Exit 4A book, due to publishers 10/15/2015.

The first chapter of the Exit 4A book, due to publishers 10/15/2015.

October 11, 2015. It’s been two years since we broke up on a chilly Friday at your SW Michigan cabin. You kissed me off with the infamous line:

“You are such a good girl. You will always be special to me.” 

I haven’t contributed to this blog for many months, busying myself instead with the writing of the Exit 4A book. A sample chapter and an outline of the story of an affair that spanned 26 years has piqued the interest of three publishers. The first chapter is due to publishers this week. I am thrilled there is interest, but not terribly surprised. Ours is a good, if somewhat unfathomable, story of love, lust, heartache, separation, and ultimate betrayal.

Today, on the anniversary of our last day as a couple, I also opted for restoring the blog to a public read. It has been “privatized” for way too long, and unnecessarily so. B. and his gal pal can complain all they want to judges, but they’re not identified and therefore I violate no protection orders. I believe in freedom of speech and of the press. So do the judges. Suck on that, guys.

Oh, and Happy Anniversary, B., you narcissistic piece of shit. I’ll even send you a signed copy of the book. It’s a real good read…

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Exit 4A

A former mistress (26 years, on-and-off) describes the good, the bad, and the ugly of her long-term affair. Conclusion: Affairs aren't necessarily destructive if kept in the correct perspective. Our experience enhanced BOTH our marriages.

That is, until his marriage ended and we began to love each other. When the affair morphed into a relationship, well, that's when it stopped being fun for me.

For 26 yrs we luxuriated in implicit Trust. When B. cheated on ME, it was the first time another person came into our relationship besides our respective spouses.

We have now irrevocably split.

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