What Makes a Post Freshly Press-able: Don’t Touch Me

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Every day, a handful of WordPress.com bloggers are featured on Freshly Pressed. On The Daily Post, we take a close look at posts that have been Freshly Pressed, focusing on why we were drawn to them and what they can teach us about great blogging. We hope this series provides tips and tools to make your blog the best it can be.


It’s been said that there are only two story plots in the whole world: somebody comes to town, and somebody leaves town. Don’t Touch Me by Delusia is an intimately personal take on the former. When a woman’s lover returns after a long absence, her feelings for him teeter between familiarity and uncertainty. Here’s why we liked this post:

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3 responses

  1. Most of the freshly pressed “articles” are garbage to me. =/

    1. I suppose so (several are a bit too “USA-centric”, IMO), but I found this entry has really helpful advice about characterization for writers. Hence, the re-blog …

      1. Yep, I just wanted to insert that extra heh. Nice post. 🙂

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