The Last Email: Mourning the Death of an Internet Friend

Nearly everyone has attended a wake. Most have attended a funeral. We spend our lives in relationships of all sorts. When a true friend we’ve never met in person dies, we’re robbed of the chance to say goodbye, pay our respects to family members, or attend a funeral. So what do we do when an Internet friend passes away? How do we say a proper farewell? How do we grieve?

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301978731
About Ted Atoka

Ted Atoka retired from the world of business in 2000 and now concentrates his efforts on writing. He spends most of his daylight hours working at his laptop, writing about situations he's familiar with (although some might think they're manufactured). When away from his keyboard he's usually found caring for a parcel of land that he and "Wifey" refer to as their little piece of heaven.

In between working on books for the Writers of the West brand, his Bean Town Private Eye series, the Villa Paradiso series and writing collections of short stories, Ted enjoys posting material in his blog: Ted Atoka, Writer from the side of a dirt road (http://tedatoka.wordpress.com/).

Find Ted on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ted-Atoka-writer-From-the-side-of-a-dirt-road/294992180590393

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