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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About Ted Atoka

Hi there, I’m Ted Atoka and I’m pleased to meet you.

As you see on my author page, I’m a full time multi-genre writer, and my wife and I live smack dab in the middle of Oklahoma.

When I’m not writing, you’re likely to find me workin’ our land, digging post holes, getting ready to hunker down before a tornado hits, or during the winter, trying to keep our pick up from skidding into a ditch on the side of our dirt road.

Please check out my book list, there’s something there for everyone’s taste. If you prefer, Google my name and see what comes up.

Thanks for stopping by, and I hope your next eBook is one of mine.

All best wishes, Ted.

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