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Julia Scott

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Julia Scott is a British author, whose goal is to take you out of ‘regular life’ and teleport you to new worlds and alternate futures through her writing. The Mirror Souls is her debut novel, and like many sci-fi and fantasy books, it started off as a dream.

In her ‘other’ life, Julia lives in Essex, England. She spends her time being 'mummy' for her two children, writing, prettifying books (via Evenstar Books), graphic designing, singing, and digging or planting stuff up in the garden without really knowing what she’s doing.

Follow her on Instagram @juliascottwrites and @evenstarbooks.juliascott
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Julia Scott I think the idea of soulmates is one that many of us romantic types are drawn to. Because why not? It's a beautiful idea to think that there's one per…moreI think the idea of soulmates is one that many of us romantic types are drawn to. Because why not? It's a beautiful idea to think that there's one person out there who you are destined to be with. However, I also think it can be a negative concept when it is something you strongly believe but when you feel like you may never find that person. Or even when you *think* you've found that person but for whatever reason, it cannot come to anything.

My personal beliefs lean towards soul families rather than soulmates. I think there are souls who we are drawn to because they are part of our spiritual family, and we are put with them time and time again through different lives, in order to learn lessons from each other. This can be a romantic relationship, but also comes across in family relationships and friendships. And of course they're not always positive experiences! But many of them are beautiful, and you should hold on tightly to the love that you find in this world.(less)
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