One of the frequent comments made by people after reading “Who Said I was up for Adoption?”, was how much they liked reading Ray’s perspective on things. When the book was being written, the intent was to write a simple autobiography, but then the idea came that Ray’s perspective would add a whole new dimension to his story. Is it still an autobiography?
As the story of Ray started to come together, I realized that within certain events with him, there were often happy sub-events. Putting that another way, there were an increasing number of stories within the original stories. The decision was made to isolate them and note them as “Smiley Moments” for when they made me happy, and “Tail-Wag Moments” for when Ray was happy. It seems to have worked extremely well!
Below is a “Tail-Wag Moment” from “Who Said I was up for Adoption?”
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