Friday, May 10, 2013

SFFS SATURDAY SNIPPET May 11




 So glad to be getting back to a normal schedule! I've missed SciFi Fantasy Saturday.
You can read more intriguing snippets *HERE*




“Do you think he is for real?” Rosleen asked after Kyler left.
“One way to find out.” They went to the Sanctuary office where they had an expensive Terran Solarus  com and Skyleen filed through security graphics until she found a good face shot of Kyler. Then she set up an inquiry about Kyler on New Prague data. It didn’t  take  long until a stream of data arrived, pictures of Kyler in high dress and others  of him on military campaigns. One at a banquet with his Mother, Judith, Protectorate of New Prague.
Royalty.
“He’s real.”



11 comments:

  1. I have a funny feeling that Kyler has something up his sleeve. Maybe it's the coffee influencing my mind. Who knows?

    Good to see you back, Melisse! I was wondering what happened to you.

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  2. If you're going to hook up with someone, royalty is always a plus!! You go, girl! :)

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  3. If you're going to hook up with someone, royalty is always a plus!! You go, girl! :)

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  4. And what better way to check up on someone than the internet - it never lies. Ha. Great snippet and can't wait to see where it goes.

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  5. It's always nice when a guy's credentials check out.

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  6. Hmmm. You've got me interested :-)

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  7. Welcome back! I don't think I've read your snippets before, but I am very glad to be reading them now!

    This is very nice...and you had me at royalty. :)

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  8. I always love societies that have free flowing information. You caught my attention with the questioning of legitimacy, and kept me with the line of royalty.

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  9. So if he's royalty, what's he doing there?

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  10. How intriguing. A literal "prince charming" perhaps? Great snippet.

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  11. I especially like that you didn't get too technical with the search stuff, but it is still believable.

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