Weekend Writing Warriors – The Aurigae Express 7


Greetings from Odyssey! Sorry I missed WeWriWa last week, but I’m going back to  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 made its first Jump. Neither of them are reacting very well to the experience.

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A frightening vision popped into view, curling brown tendrils and two piercing eyes at the bottom of a face. Alan yelped again before realizing that the face was upside down and Diane was peering over the edge of her bunk. The upper levels of his brain resented her for having recovered so well that she felt comfortable moving about.

“We should probably think about going to meet our fellow passengers.”

Alan whimpered again. Fear of strangers was something that he couldn’t even put into words at this point, but he definitely wouldn’t feel comfortable around them yet.

“Okay, okay, no big hurry.” Diane’s upside-down face withdrew, leaving only a few trailing ends of hair to taunt him.

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4 Responses to Weekend Writing Warriors – The Aurigae Express 7

  1. Upside-down face, this is too funny, how come Alan is in so much trouble and Diane just fine?

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  2. Alan seems a tad, um nervous here LOL? Excellent excerpt.

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  3. I think he has the disorientation thing going on…lol. Poor Alan. 🙂 Nice eight! 🙂

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  4. Great description there.

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