CK Burch is the central hub for numerous alternate realities, most of them available on Netflix. While genuinely affable to this present timeline, often he finds himself on a starship far, far away, or in a silent world in the depths of the fog. In other realities he is Kanye West. Sometimes even in this one. When not scrolling past Wholockians on the Tumbloos, he spends time with his two children and enjoys listening to film soundtracks and reading sci-fi novels. And, of course, writing down his journeys through realities. All his novels have happened. Even this one.
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I already said too much. I already shared too much, and I want all my secrets back. I hate getting close to people these days. I always regret sharing too much, caring too much, doing too much, feeling too much. By

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There are many, many days where I feel this way. I have a friend who sometimes wonders about why I feel like this, about what they can do to help, and it’s difficult because whenever I do feel like this, the answer is, “I want to be alone.” It’s hard telling people that I care about that I want to be alone, or left alone, but the truth of the matter is that it always boils down to being alone. Not going out and doing something, not forcing myself to be around people, but just being alone and really, truly feeling that ache that tells me to hunker down and hide.

It’s okay to want to be alone. It’s okay to be alone. Just don’t forget who’s outside your walls, patiently waiting for you to come back out and say hello again. But if anyone bangs on your walls and demands you to come out, because you should be a certain way or whatever, you don’t have to respond to that. It’s okay to be you. It’s okay to hide. Just don’t hide so deep that there’s no coming back.

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This really is every representation debate in sci-fi and fantasy ever.

"We can’t have people of color in this story - its in the middle ages."

Imagining dragons and elves and hobbits is fine, but imagining a world not inhabited entirely by white people? That would be unrealistic.