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This week's snippet is from a short story, 'Sporulators', more dystopian/scifi, than anything I've written to date. It falls nowhere in a romance genre. Shocking, huh? ( <--Tongue-in-cheek-sort-of).
Last week's excerpt ended with this:
Luke cut him off. “Minimal? That, I could understand, but according to my flight contract, communication has been nonexistent.”.
This week, Klars speaks first.
“We’re sure there’s a good reason for it.”
“Oh, there’s a reason for it--you can bet your gravity boots on that. But you might not think it’s a good one once we get there.”
“Please, Eastwold, less drama, more logic.”
Blood pounded in Luke’s ears. That little cocksure thorn in his side had no idea who he was riling up. He counted to ten, measuring his breaths as he exhaled, completely missing the first part of Klars’ babble as the man droned on.
“A decade of planning, designing, and building went into the flagship of our agricultural worlds. The future of human food rests on its success. And you are aware that its design is self-supporting, right?”
That's it for this week. Thanks for visiting! I am truly grateful for comments, suggestions, and for you taking the time to read it.