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Second Life is one of numerous stories that almost stayed in the trash bin. (Virtual Heaven made it fully off the computer. A year later, I found a print copy and typed it again.)
The end of Second Life was simply too cool to keep the concept for myself. My biological father worked at Area 51. I lived with him for a few months around age 13. He said cryptic things that shaped my mind. Anything I every write dealing with aliens and UFOs emanated from those desert talks.
Second Life will probably remain my king of hard sci-fi as I picture my style more aligned with Michael Crichton (author of Jurassic Park, for those of you under 30). I hope Second Life is fun for anyone, but really special for that UFO, gray-loving, ET buff.
You guys are my main readers. If you clicked the link to arrive here I assume you have feelings about this story. I encourage you to leave them below. These VIP rooms are free of worry from spoilers or even from hurting me by laying complaints.
If you came here satisfied with the story or with my writing in general, I ask for your support. It will be those of you on my mailer who propel my writing. I connect with you, you validate me with recommendations (reviews) and purchases (evidence). If you want to help with Second Life the options are the same, the value always immeasurable.
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That’s my spiel. It represents the truth of what we are doing as reader and writer. I promise to respect my work, be vigilant in construction and original concepts, and keep trucking so long as I’m encouraged.
Encouragement is your department, see the three steps above.
Regardless, thanks for being here with me.

Taylor