Shannon swings it back around to the long-lost sister. Let’s take another peek into dear old sis’s world. Take it away, Shannon!
19 Shannon Burton
But then, Sian had lost the fear of awkwardness within a tenday of her Recall. Within two, she had begun to learn – although she had had to be very careful, in those early days before she’d known enough to move without being seen…
That had taken nearly a full turning of Argot around its sun – a length of time she had once thought almost infinite. Now, though, she had circled so many planets that the only time that mattered anymore was that the Establishment demanded of her, and the flow of her own life. No planet could determine time for her, now.
She slipped through the honeycombed lattices of the Establishment Revisionist Division,
Yes… That was a comma. There’s more! Hop on over to Shannon’s blog to read more. http://wp.me/p1EtBn-JJ or http://shanjeniah.com/
Write a Story with Me is a group endeavor just for the fun of it. A different writer adds a new 250 words each week. It is the ultimate Flash Fiction Challenge!
If you’d like to sign up, come on over. There’s always room for more!
Part One – Jennifer M. Eaton
Part Two – J. Keller Ford
Part Three – Susan Roebuck
Part Four – Elin Gregory
Part Five – Eileen Snyder
Part Six – Mikaela Wire
Part Seven — Vanessa Chapman
Part Eight — Ravena Guron
Part Nine – Vikki Thompson
Part Ten — Susan Rocan mywithershins
Part Eleven — Kate Johnston AKA 4AMWriter
Part Twelve — Julie Catherine
Part Thirteen — Kai Damian
Part Fourteen — Richard Leonard
Part Fifteen — Sharon Manship
Part Sixteen – Shannon Blue Christensen
Part Seventeen — Bryn Jones
Part Eighteen — Jennifer M. Eaton
Part Nineteen — Shannon Burton
Don’t forget to stop by next week to see what happens next.
Jenny Keller Ford —- TAG! You are “It”
- Write A Story With Me – A Collaborative Story Contribution (shanjeniah.com)
- Write a Story with Me – Part 16 – The Unmentionable by Shannon Blue Christensen (mermaidssinging.wordpress.com)
- Lucky 13 – Where Enemies Become… (kaidamian.wordpress.com)
- Writing a Story with Jennifer Eaton & Others (juliecatherinevigna.wordpress.com)
Whew, it’s got to be more difficult for the later writers to keep things together! Nice job here, and good luck Jenny!
It’s getting harder and harder to predict the direction this story is headed, becoming more and more complicated! Good luck, Jenny! 🙂
I’ll have to jump in on the fun one of these days:-)