- Daniel Swensen | @daniel_swensen
- J. Thomas Ganzer | @J_Thomas_Ganzer
- Bill Engleson | @billmelaterplea
- Mark A. Morris
- Silver James | @SilverJames_
- Sheilagh Lee | @SweetSheil
- Jo Hawk
- Nellie Batz | @solimond
- David A. Ludwig | @DavidALudwig
- Siobhan Muir | @SiobhanMuir
- Cara Michaels | @caramichaels
- Kel J. Heinen | @Aightball
Silver James | @SilverJames_
Crystal says: Love the use of the prompt. Gotta love a good wolf tale. Love your tale.
Bill Engleson | @billmelaterplea
Crystal says: Your story was a little sad. Can't imagine finding love but to wake up one morning not able to find my other half. Love the use of the prompt.
J. Thomas Ganzer | @J_Thomas_Ganzer
Crystal says: Great use of the prompt. Greedy and rude people will get it in the end.
Mark A. Morris
Crystal says: His story was a little dark and scary but I loved it. Would be scary to be transformed into a "cuboid of flesh". Great use of the prompt.
Edith shook her head. She’d skipped past those photos quickly, even though you’d no option but to look through them at least once before you could reach the consent section of the document. She’d narrowed her eyes, so she could barely see a thing and just jabbed at the ‘next’ button each time. She was certain everybody else did the same.
“No, I’m sure,” she said. “Go ahead.”
The medic adjusted the feed into the IV and she quickly became numbed, almost immediately feeling distanced from her body. She’d soon be leaving it behind forever, the procedure implanting her consciousness into a cuboid of flesh with no discernible features, other than a number which would be tattooed on its uppermost face. There would be a mouth-port which would receive the nutrients she’d require, but other than that she’d be free of any characteristics which could feed her dysmorphia. She’d be a pure geometrical solid in a most fetching shade of cerise, existing in a perfect state of timelessness and grace for the rest of her enhanced lifetime, feeling nothing other but serenity and bliss.
The surgeon waited and then nodded, activating the microphone. “I’ve another consignment of transplant parts, coming through,” he said. “What’s the going rate for a spleen this month?”
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