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Meg Stone at the helm of Boadicea
When I met a Russian architect online

I had no idea she was literally running for her life. Our meeting a year later in Ukraine, unleashed a convergence of events that had us crossing the planet in a year-long fight for our lives and our love.

Story featured on BBC and NPR.

Elena and I want you to feel,

to fall in love,

and to take back your life!

Convergence cover, Meg Stone

Language: English, 99,406 words

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Convergence - Table of Contents

  1. 1 - By Hammer and By Hand
  2. 2 - Elena's Lifeline
  3. 3 - No Turning Back
  4. 4 - A Chat Room for Two
  5. 5 - A Celebrity Sprain
  6. 6 - Taking Flight
  1. 7 - Breaking the E-Barrier
  2. 8 - Hitting the Fan
  3. 9 - Declaring War
  4. 10 - Worlds Collide
  5. 11 - Convergence
  6. 12 - Under Attack
  7. 13 - Busting Loose
  8. 14 - Going Dark
  9. 15 - Going Nowhere
  10. 16 - Getting the Hell Out
  11. 17 - Hitting the Open Road
  12. 18 - Chasing Wild Geese
  13. 19 - Storming the Fortress
  14. 20 - Crazy-Stupid-Desperate
  15. 21 - Cut to the Chase
  16. 22 - Escaping Ukraine
  1. 23 - Into the Arabian Night
  2. 24 - End of the Road
  3. 25 - Oceanis
  4. 26 - Trial by Sea
  5. 27 - School Daze
  6. 28 - The Twilight Zone
  7. 29 - Tomorrow You Die!
  8. 30 - Going Overboard
  9. 31 - Boadicea
  10. 32 - Castaways
  1. 33 - Open Water
  2. 34 - Facing Death
  3. 35 - Friction
  4. 36 - In the Midst of Giants
  5. 37 - Unstoppable
  6. 38 - Into the Storm
  7. 39 - Hurricane
  8. 40 - Other Side of the World
  9. 41 - Pirates
  10. 42 - Entropy
  11. 43 - Knockdown
  12. 44 - Dead Run
  13. 45 - Aliens

 

CONVERGENCE Copyright ©2020 by Morgan "Meg" Stone

Cover illustrations by Elena Ivanova

All photographs are the property of and copyright: ©2006-2020 Meg Stone, Elena Ivanova

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the author.

The quotations from Elena Ivanova's Talking to the Moon, are included by permission of Elena Ivanova.

This book is memoir. It reflects the author’s present recollections of experiences over time. Some names and characteristics have been changed, some events have been compressed, and some dialogue has been recreated. Other than that, you asked, and here it is: the genuine article.

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