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Finished Life Like Wires In Sand

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I'm sure I could put more hashtags, but that's all that could fit.


This is the synopsis of the book I finished:


Rana is a programmer, a remote viewer, and a writer. She had given up on the idea of writing children's stories, and focuses on developing the Luna network. As the world continues on its path to a kind of abstract self-destruction, she begins to spend less and less time on the wire. She hallucinates of elf girls and digital LSD, while watching Stephen Basset. But she want to be her own kind of Ufologist, a hacker and a researcher for Secret Space Programs. When her and her new boyfriend get captured by the Military Industrial Complex, she finds that it will take the most of her technical ability, and not her strength, to help her and Spaz make it out alive. But humans as technical beings are far more ancient than we realize.


Since sometimes I can't read places like Wattpad as a guest, I created a website devoted purely to my most current book: lwflouisa.github.io


Plus since it's already in HTML, it wont be hard to convert it into a Freebook later.

Cerebrum Cerebellum -- Speculative Non-Fiction -- Writing

Luna Network -- Nodal Sneaker Network -- Programming

Published Works: https://www.wattpad.com/432077022-tevun-krus-44-sword-planet-the-intergalactic-heads

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