Six Sentence Sunday, Project Fast Track 2


Okay, this time I’m continuing directly on from last week’s six, as an appointment starts in the TimeBubble Inc office:

She didn’t know any more about these people than their names. But they could be uncle and niece – was he diagnosed with a terminal disease? That was the lion’s share of TimeBubble’s consumer customer base. Since Jasmine seemed to be in her late teens, he might want to make sure that he was around for Jasmine’s high school graduation day, or college, or to walk her down the aisle on her wedding day…

“Okay, I’m ready for the demonstration,” Darlene said, looking up. “Jasmine, could you give the bell a swing?”

 

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6 Responses to Six Sentence Sunday, Project Fast Track 2

  1. Sue says:

    me and my memory – I forget why they’re there… I just know someone is in for a surprise

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  2. J.C. Martin says:

    Interesting set-up. Definitely would like to know more about what they plan to do.

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  3. Trisha says:

    This is definitely an interesting excerpt 🙂 makes me want to read more ‘before’ and more ‘after’.

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  4. Carol Riggs says:

    Sounds intriguing! I’d read more so I could find out what was happening, what the concept of a TimeBubble was. ;o)

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