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Ângelo Fernandes

this ain't nothing about this post, but guess what?

yesterday by the 2h am I finished my new and first sci fi shortstory. the total are 57 pages.

I'm very proud and fullfilled with this story.
now I'm on the part were I need the read, re-read, rectify and improve some aspects

I'm yet to find a title, I've just imagened the subtitles for the three parts
1. Probation
2. Saviour
3. New World

I see you as one of my influences, so I felt to share this with you. Hope you don't mind.

best wishes,

Nick Sagan

Congratulations! And I'm flattered to be one of your influences. Cool subtitles there--I'm sure a title isn't far away.

Ângelo Fernandes

You're welcome :)
I do like the subtitles, but the main title is coming hard to get.

I've emailed some publishers and 3 have already answered.
Now I've the history being read by 3 persons [a writer, jornalist and a portuguese teacher] to critized it and to help me to review.

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