Awards Season

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He’d never won anything before in his life, so when James found out he’d been awarded first prize in a poetry contest the first thing he wanted to do was sing it from the rooftops — via social media. He doused his page with self-praise as his heart fluttered with every delightful emotion under the sun, but his cries for adoration went unanswered. Everyone posted their own accomplishments, leaving his award to be nothing more…

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