Weekend Writing Warriors – The Aurigae Express 6


Good morning! This may be my last Weekend Writing Warriors entry for a while; I’m off to Odyssey today, and not sure if I’m going to keep up with sharing eight sentences a week while I’m there. But for now, I’m still in  my Camp Nanowrimo project “The Aurigae Express.” Alan and Diane are police partners who’ve volunteered to visit an alien planet where very few Earthlings have gone, to track down a fugitive and retrieve her ill-gotten millions. They’ve boarded an alien ship that takes Earthling passengers through hyperspace, and the ship’s just made its first Jump.

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“Are you…” Those were both letters, weren’t they? R and U… what had he been trying to spell–R U N for run? No, he wasn’t in any shape to run anywhere, and it would be impossible in zero gravity anyway.

“That was fucked up.” For a few seconds, Alan was impressed that he’d managed such a coherent thought, and then realized that he hadn’t. He hadn’t moved his lips, or formed that thought before he heard it.

“Dixie?”

“Kick your ass…”

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5 Responses to Weekend Writing Warriors – The Aurigae Express 6

  1. So Diane is not having as much problem as Alan, interesting.

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  2. Debbie says:

    Sounds like a difficult situation. Interesting!

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  3. Confusing experience, clearly!

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  4. That’s sticky situation – very nice!

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  5. Hanni says:

    Nice. I like it a lot!

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