A year ago, this article would have never existed.
It was a one-time article that ran in the Florida Keys Sun Sentinel on July 17, 2018.
The article appeared to be an article about the latest trend for Florida beaches, namely the art of decorating.
The piece, titled ‘How the beach looks like after it’s been washed away by Hurricane Irma,’ was written by freelance writer Dan Soder.
Soder said the piece was originally meant to be a single-sentence story about the changing of the tide, but after reading it, he decided to make it a feature-length article.
The article was meant to run in the Sun Sentinel’s July edition, but it only ran once.
Sofer said he didn’t realize how big of a deal the piece would become until he was sitting in a hotel lobby, trying to think of ways to make his story better.
After the article appeared, he realized he could use the piece to tell his story.
He said he felt like he was making a big splash in the state.
“I just thought, ‘Man, this is going to be one of the biggest stories I’ve ever written,'” Soder said.
“The next morning I had a conversation with my editor about it and we decided, ‘Let’s do this.'”
Soder and his wife were at their house in Tampa, Fla., when they received an email from the Sun-Sentinel.
The email stated that they had received an inquiry about a story about their house.
“It was kind of weird because the day before, I was just thinking, ‘Wow, this story is going viral,'” Sofer said.
“So I’m kind of like, ‘What’s going on?'”
Soder has been working at the Sun Herald for five years.
He has written for The Orlando Sentinel, the Orlando Sentinel-Tampa Bay Times, the Tallahassee Democrat and the Tampa Bay Times.
He is also a contributing editor to The Tampa Bay Post.
“They were just asking about the Sun Sentinel,” Soder explained.
“I was like, OK, I have to take a look at this and see if this is something that I’m going to get paid for.”
When the story went viral, Soder decided to get the article published and distribute it to his local newspaper.
He contacted several editors, including one who is a native of the Sunshine State.
He was also approached by a number of media outlets in other states.
“We thought, OK this is a cool story,” Sofer explained.
Sander is now writing his own piece for The Tampa Tribune, and he said he’s hoping to have it up and running in a few weeks.
The new piece, called ‘How Florida Beach Looks Like After Hurricane Irma’, is the second piece he’s written for the SunSentinel in the past year.
He first published an article on October 23, 2018, about the same storm.
The piece ran on The Florida Times-Union website and on The Tampa News-Journal.
The Sun Sentinel, which is owned by the Florida Public Press, has a circulation of more than 9 million, and Soder says it’s always had a unique voice in the Sunshine state.
Sensen says that he doesn’t believe that this story will be shared as often as it was before.
“Even if you read the article, you don’t know the person who wrote it.
But if you follow their Twitter feed and see that they have the story, that is going really well,” Soper said.