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Andreea Daia is an author based in Massachusetts. Since her youth, she has been fascinated by all forms of art, from writing to music, painting, sculpture, and photography. For the last years she has been dedicated to blending her passion for storytelling with her formal business training and market analysis experience. She has been involved in various projects employing her skills in writing, editing, and visual arts. Aside from storytelling, she maintains a blog about the economic aspects of the publishing industry, while working as a software developer for business and statistical applications.

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Average rating: 4.09 · 11 ratings · 9 reviews · 3 distinct works
Black00

3.89 avg rating — 9 ratings — published 2016 — 3 editions
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The Awardee

it was amazing 5.00 avg rating — 1 rating — published 2015
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Alan Moore
“The ending is nearer than you think, and it is already written. All that we have left to choose is the correct moment to begin.”
Alan Moore, V for Vendetta

Philip K. Dick
“What if he could see this, his own skull, yellow and eroded? Two centuries old. Would he still speak? Would he speak, if he could see it, the grinning, aged skull? What would there be for him to say, to tell the people? What message could he bring?

What action would not be futile, when a man could look upon his own aged, yellowed skull?”
Philip K. Dick, The Skull

Charlaine Harris
“My mother finally took me to a child psychologist, who knew exactly what I was, but she just couldn’t accept it and kept trying to tell my folks I was reading their body language and was very observant, so I had good reason to imagine I heard people’s thoughts. Of course, she couldn’t admit I was literally hearing people’s thoughts because that just didn’t fit into her world.”
Charlaine Harris, Dead Until Dark

Robert A. Heinlein
“You are telling me that I did something because I was going to do something.”
“Well, didn’t you? You were there.”
“No, I didn’t—no… well, maybe I did, but it didn’t feel like it.”
“Why should you expect it to? It was something totally new to your experience.”
“But… but—” Wilson took a deep breath and got control of himself. Then he reached back into his academic philosophical concepts and produced the notion he had been struggling to express. “It denies all reasonable theories of causation. You would have me believe that causation can be completely circular. I went through because I came back from going through to persuade myself to go through. That’s silly.”
“Well, didn’t you?”
Robert A. Heinlein, By His Bootstraps

Joan D. Vinge
“But what force in the galaxy is stronger than she is?"

"Indifference." Jerusha surprised herself with the answer. "Indifference, Gundhalinu, is the strongest force in the universe. It makes everything it touches meaningless. Love and hate don't stand a chance against it. It lets neglect and decay and monstrous injustice go unchecked. It doesn't act, it allows. And that's what gives it so much power.”
Joan D. Vinge, The Snow Queen

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