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Low Gravity Press

Always Leave Them Wanting More

Promises made to readers need to be kept

Photo by Darius Bashar on Unsplash

How often do you read a book and are left disappointed at the end, feeling that much was left unanswered? You can imagine the reaction, hastily closing the book, turning it over in your hands, searching the back cover for the last chapter we missed. Looking for something, anything, that would answer our questions.




Writing about the positives gleaned from each day. Thinking about the days when all the stars lined up and you were in the zone. The days that Flow came easily and freely. The times where gravity gave you a break and let you soar.

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