Deanna felt weird. Heavier. The back of her neck was cold. She blinked awake and squinted at the wall she was facing. Was it a different color than it had been when she fell asleep? And hadn’t she been sharing a bed with Sammie after their mother had dropped in unexpectedly? She sat up. Definitely heavier. And slower. What?
She dragged a hand over her face.
That was not her hand. Her face didn’t have stubble. And it wasn’t that wide. What the hell? What the hell?
Slowly, Deanna moved her hands over her head: hair shorter, face wider, jawline… Broader shoulders. Chest? She
The Five Laws
Star Fleet Special Elite Officers are required to master The Five Laws. Without this mastery, you won’t last long.
* Get In
Execute entrance plan as outlined by strategist. Improvise as needed.
*Get What You Came For
Retrieve information, persons, or objects around which mission centers.
* Get Out
Execute whatever remains of the original exit plan as outlined by strategist. Improvise as needed.
* Do It Quickly
No dawdling. No distractions. A SIL (Saving Innocent Lives) protocol is the only exception. However, you may not be a hero. You are not a hero.
* Do Not Die
Such activity is simply not allowed. There are peop
Kendra Watkins lives in the East Village, a neighborhood that borders Church Row and the Warehouse District. She has three siblings, two brothers and a sister. Her mother is a stay at home mom and her father works as an administrations assistant at Schmidt & Siefker, an insurance firm in the Business District.
It was early on the two hundred and fifty second day, a Saturday.
“Kendra.” Her mother knocked on the door as she pushed it open. Her daughter was lying on her bed with her new headphones on, eyes closed, arms at her sides.
“Kendra.” Jaclyn Watkins said louder. She then made a face and sat down on the bed
Interview with a Cyberpath
“I can communicate pretty well with my laptop.” She said. “I talk to him every night.”
“Him?” Kaz asked.
“Yeah, him.” She replied. “I did name him Sarah when I got him, but now I know he’s a boy and that he is named Benjamine.” She slipped the computer out of his case then and placed him on her lap. She sat-cross legged on the couch. I was on a bench. Kaz was lying on a recently-added beanbag chair.
“Your laptop came with a name and a gender?” Kaz asked.
“No. He’s connected to the internet, so he used it to explore the worl
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If you're going to be in the Metro Detroit area during the weekend of December 14, 15, & 16 then you might want to check out (Internationally-acclaimed) Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit's show Only the Best: 20 Years of Mosaic Memories at the Detroit Institute of Arts' Detroit Film Theater. If you like theatre (or even if you don't :D) and want to support a fantastic group of 12 to 18-year-olds and have a great time doing it, Mosaic is the place.
Fun for the whole family! Tell your friends! Thanks :)