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Une Kuzoku Futuriste
SarahWeaver6
Sep 15, 2017
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An extension of the concept of Une Kuzoku Futuriste. Generally speaking much of the difference comes from Kuzoku Futuriste having more in common with creative non-fiction than Futuristic Fiction.87Please respect copyright.PENANA7AH99rE3lV
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Generally speaking, the technology present only extends to what we already know as possible advancements, rather than anything that requires extensive research. In other words, next year's smartphones or Linux computers.copyright protection83PENANAr9t3gFOFiW

The main difference however, is that such stories emphasize the "biographie" quality of creative non-fiction, that is not only drawn from elements of your life, but also extended beyond your life to the next generations of your family tree.copyright protection83PENANAxD2zKuUUhl

For example, a family saga about the Guffeys as they travel from Scotland/Ireland to the Bible belt, birthing me, and my future offspring as my family comes to terms with climate change and rising sea levels.copyright protection83PENANAWkpF3Yf2SV

In other words, while fictional, is typically more true than false, as in the case with historical fiction.copyright protection83PENANABj55mmKa23

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