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Morgan Díaz
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Uncanny Magazine Oct 17
Congratulations to !!! Tananarive's essay “Black Horror Rising” won a 2020 Ignyte Awards for Best in Creative Nonfiction!!! You can read it here!
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Lauren Raye Snow Oct 1
I'm pretty stoked about this kickass new bilingual SpecFic magazine! You can get an Early Bird ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION for **$20!!!** I just did 😈😈 I just backed Constelación Magazine on
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Morgan Díaz Jul 28
My book is on the freebie page for members! Grab a copy! 🚀
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Morgan Díaz Apr 3
Book 1 is also up for preorder! Vindication 2.0 is a LitRPG series where convicts are submerged into virtual reality worlds to finish their sentences as part of a government rehabilitation program.
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Morgan Díaz Apr 3
For I thought I'd share the prequel to my LitRPG series that was released on March 20.
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Morgan Díaz Apr 3
Replying to @MitchRambling
My book came out a few weeks ago. It's the prequel to a LitRPG fantasy series where the incarcerated are submerged into a virtual world as part of a government rehabilitation program.
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Morgan Díaz Mar 16
*IT'S ALIVE!!!* But these are strange times and it feels just as strange to finally be able to share a link to my book. Wherever you are and however that place is dealing with the pandemic, please stay safe. I hope this can help you staying entertained.
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Morgan Díaz Feb 19
Replying to @CBethAnderson
Thank you!
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Morgan Díaz Feb 19
Replying to @CBethAnderson
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Morgan Díaz Feb 5
Replying to @Morg4nDiaz
Finding camaraderie, love (not necessarily the romantic kind) and a place where you fit in, even if it's not in the real world and the experiences and contact are virtual. So to honor the family I chose (and that chose me) and the world who saved me, this is what came out.
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Morgan Díaz Feb 5
Replying to @Morg4nDiaz
I had always wanted to write something related to that time in my life, but I just never knew how to approach it, until I learned that litrpg existed. My story is not biographical in any way, but it's about finding a home in unlikely places.
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Morgan Díaz Feb 5
Replying to @Morg4nDiaz
I honestly don't know what I would have done if I didn't have Wow at the time. Binge on something else, probably with worse adverse effects. Everything around me was a mess, but once I logged in and saw my Warlock in the character selection screen, I was *home.*
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Morgan Díaz Feb 5
Replying to @Morg4nDiaz
It took me almost two years to get better, until I found a job as a writer for a magazine, and that reassured me that I could still do what I loved, even if the path I was taking towards my goal wasn't as straightforward as I thought it would be.
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Morgan Díaz Feb 5
Replying to @Morg4nDiaz
And barely spoke to my mother. I started playing World of Warcraft. And honestly, it saved my life. While the way I played it was unhealthy (every single waking hour) it was a respite from reality. I made new friends, I had a reason to get up from bed in the morning.
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Morgan Díaz Feb 5
Replying to @Morg4nDiaz
In retrospect, I had depression. That utter feeling of hopelessness, that nothing would ever be right again, cursing that I woke up because I'd have to deal with yet another day of not actually being to deal with anything. I stopped talking to most of my friends,
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Morgan Díaz Feb 5
Replying to @Morg4nDiaz
So I stayed and tried many different career paths here in Paraguay. I studied law, programming, journalism, and cinematography. I never finished any of them. But let's backtrack a little. In 2008 I was no longer leaving my house *for anything* and
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Morgan Díaz Feb 5
Replying to @Morg4nDiaz
I wasn't able to attend. My father had passed away when I was 16, and leaving my mom alone + the costs of living in the US were just too much, even with the scholarship. My idea was to study English, since I had always wanted to be a writer and that seemed like the best route.
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Morgan Díaz Feb 5
Replying to @Morg4nDiaz
Not only because it's out of state tuition, but also because the dollar conversion is literally six times our currency. It was less back then, but it was still a lot. So a scholarship for about 90% of the tuition was a godsend.
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Morgan Díaz Feb 5
This is the story of my book and why I'm writing a series. In 2006 I graduated high school and got a scholarship to attend Hampshire College. Mind you, I'm from Paraguay, and tuition in the US is about six time more expensive for us.
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Morgan Díaz Feb 5
I'm gearing up for my first book release ever.
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