Last Chance

Last Chance With the advancement to virtual worlds can one really recreate themselves successfully through such a world Does the individual retain anything from their real world when they merge with one This exp

  • Title: Last Chance
  • Author: Kathryn Edgar
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • With the advancement to virtual worlds, can one really recreate themselves successfully through such a world Does the individual retain anything from their real world when they merge with one This explores a couple s journey of love, starting with a virtual world Will the things they love about one another be strong enough to cross the virtual line into a reality

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      Published :2019-08-26T23:32:21+00:00

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    1. I have always loved reading and I was eight years old when I wrote my first award winning short story Okay the only award it won was praise from my father It was still an awesome story It was about a princess and you can t go wrong writing about a princess It was my first romance Then in 7th grade I had a writing buddy She waned to be a romance novelist Now at this age I was reading things like Christopher Pike It was challenging at first but I quickly got the hang of it She would write ten pages or so and then I d write the next ten pages She handled the things we shouldn t have been penning on paper at thirteen I was innocent I run across one of those stories I saved from time to time They always bring a smile to my face It was my second dance with romance writing.I just can t shake the romance genre as an adult To be honest I love when romance crosses over into something literary, deep, mysterious, or even humorous Many amazing books and movies have in common they carry a romance element Before you judge the genre by the bodice ripping covers, purple prose, fainting females, and burly men read a few You might discover some new favorites.

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