The Rideshare Chronicle Story Continues

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When I first wrote “The Rideshare Chronicles,” I was because, in my self-help book, that was a memoir. No one took the information seriously. I am not going to lie, but that can be a bit discouraging. I mean, I did have some erratic theories in there. One in particular references that “gut feeling” you get as a metaphoric “spidey sense” that acts as a second brain. For a while, I was starting to think that this may be far fetched. To my dismay, two days ago. This article came out from Popular Mechanics (, Proving what I theorized for years now was real. Which is exciting and dramatic irony. 1. Being that I should have stuck to the science major and 2. Due to my systematic situation, I will never get credit for it. Which, in hindsight, it might be something that I should get credit for. But thanks for writing Science fiction. All these crazy theorems I developed during my time as pre-med taking electives on things like astronomy, philosophy, and psychology. All can be thrown into my science fiction series “The Rideshare Chronicles.”

The Rideshare Chronicles was developed to originally relay the messages that I had in “Journey of an Unraveled Road,” which a real belief is that internalized feelings include events that affect us emotionally and physiologically has us our minds playing tricks on us. Having us underestimate or overestimate our abilities. In the super ego’s presence, it has those thinking they can physically do things that their body is not biologically programmed to do. In an environment that they were raised in denial in, all to protect that person from getting their feelings hurt. They grow up to believe that they are meant for this specific destiny. Destiny, in one way, shape, or form, throws us back on the track that we are told to be. For me, it was singing. I sing okay, but my whole childhood, I tried to pursue that along with designing. Embracing designing as a form of creating the outfits I would wear if I was performing. Although I may have the ability, it’s not my strength per day.

Where for the longest time, I ignored the advice of those I would come to contact with at school. My professors. I missed that strength. Part of it is because it wasn’t what I wanted for my life at the time (mainly because of the false perceptions I developed). And because of my insecurities as I associated writing with writing books (transparently speaking – I never thought I had what it took to write a book). But if I psyched myself out and truly believed this. I wouldn’t have published a book. Let alone finish my first sci-fi book that is posting in a few weeks. Thus I never would have completed two other manuscripts working on the third one. If I genuinely made myself believe this. I wouldn’t have finished four books in my short career. And of course, being an aspiring writer working my way up the ranks, working for pennies sometimes in a literal sense. I would already be where I feel I should be. But why rush it. After all, it’s about the journey, not the destination.

With that said, I learned a lot on this journey—my whole trip in general. Taking only one class next semester as now running out of the first royalties with paused sales of “Journey of an Unraveled Road,” and living off the “Care Act” as a self-employed entrepreneur not able to get a regular job due to whatever is going on in the hiring manager’s head comes to a new challenge. As every book has a bit of philosophical psychology where the “Destination Destiny” says, “Resolving your internalized issues that insecurities lie in, will have you reach outstanding self success. As you embrace your destiny without fear. “Volume II” references how “doing the right thing is an act of un-bias action.” Volume III portrays the message of “sometimes in life, you have to learn how to fight and stand on your own two feet. To not hinder one’s beliefs that are morally kosher through social influence.” The fourth book references a few lessons were one being “for change to occur, one must break the cycle,” the other being “Sometimes you have to do what’s best for you. No matter what others in social norms think,” and thirdly, “Never let the fears of the past interfere with the brightness of the future.” As the book takes place in 2021, an ancient demonic virus infects a religious organization that gives you everything you want. The motive to control the entire Universe with a plague that kills the planet as a whole with dark matter, turning it into a black hole meant to take it to a dark dimension. Which if I were to go back in time and tell me that I was going to write books. The old me would have said, “I call bullshit.” Because the old me believed and followed what others told me in conformity. I am lying to myself that I chart my own destiny.

Published by Frieda Lopez at Frieda the Writer

Frieda López is the writer for Journey of an Unraveled Road who was born and raised in San Antonio, TX. Through her professional career in Customer Relations and Retail Management, she has utilized her experience and interactions with the behavioral patterns, which was used to start her personal journey with Journey of A Unraveled Road as her debut novel. She has completed philosophy, psychology, and theology courses at San Antonio College as well as creative writing courses. Frieda López has been a lifelong writer since 2nd grade. A survivor of childhood trauma, childhood abuse, and domestic violence, she wrote this piece, which started this book as her personal journey; works from home in San Antonio, TX.

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