Opposite of Fate (via Magpie Nomenclature)

It’s nice to spot Rich Variance In The Art Of Writing ^_^

Opposite of Fate "She wanted to write a novel in the style of Jane Austen, a book of manners about the upper class, a book that had nothing to do with her own life. Years before, she had dreamed of writing stories as a way to escape. She could revise her life and become someone else. She could be somewhere else. In her imagination she could change everything, herself, her mother, her past. But the idea of revising her life also frightened her, as if by imaginatio … Read More

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