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The Perfect Copy Summary

August 10, 2019

The Perfect Copy is a short story I wrote for class in like 2001-2002 during my junior college days. I wrote it for a creative writing class I was taking at night but I wasn’t quite stable with my mental illness at the time because my doctor and I were trying out medications. I started the first draft of this story with a lot of clichés. Eventually, I wrote a draft without them. I’m wondering how to publish this story but I need to write a sequel. You see, my friends, writing and publishing is a very competitive exercise. Vocal Media is a great, equal opportunity platform.

The other short stories of the Perfect Copy short story series need to be written. I know from some ideas that have cropped up in my head, that these stories will be about the clones. A long time ago, in the 1990s to the 2000s I tried to watch all the sci-fi I could on TV. I mean in college, I devoted a lot of my time to try to watch all of Battlestar Galactica, the new series, the remastered series, or whatever you want to call it. The Perfect Copy was a story I forgot about because time passed. But it is now the time to write down other stories.

The Perfect Copy could make for a great television series. Never have I had this much time to myself in order to write. There was always spending time with the Ex who is not an academic sort that likes to burn the midnight oil. I like writing and intellectual exercise though. I need to get my brain to work. I avoid him for many reasons. But anyway, yes, I’m pretty much going to try to make sure that I write the new ideas down. Hold me to it folks.

From → Creative Writing

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