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By Jessica E. Subject
Back when Unknown Futures released, I did a guest post on Kaye Manro’s blog about a morning with Jewel. Find it here. Today I thought I’d share a morning in the life of Flavia (or V) who lives on a space station.
6:30 am – Drags her but out of bed and hops into the shower stall where a quick blast of cold water forces her eyes open and leaves her longing for a warm shower back on Earth.
6:45 am – Is dressed and slinking down the stairs. If they weren’t winding, she’d ride the railing down to save energy.
6:50 am – Enjoys a cup of coffee, the one item from Earth that is of endless supply on the space station.
7:00 am – Rushes to the tubes (transportation system) to get to her Ancient Space History class.
7:32 am – Arrives to class late, but manages to hide behind a Pillite who is also late. Takes her seat without drawing the attention of the professor, a Ginnunian.
10:00 am – Finally leaves class with a couple hours worth of homework due the next week, and a craving for more coffee.
10:30 am – Reports for work with a caffeine buzz, ready to guide whatever guest of the space station’s hotel needs her around the place.
11:00 am – It’s a slow morning, and she only has to escort a Phantie to his room. But he makes a pass at her, inviting her inside. Thank goodness, she knows how to deal with her co-worker, Gar, and easily gives this guy the slip.
11:30 am – Receives a call from the Director’s office, asking her to escort special guests arriving at the space service who are coming from Earth. The Director asks if she would mind the one woman staying with her since her suite is furnished to accommodate beings from Earth. Flavia quickly replies with a definite yes.
12:00 pm – Flavia is anxious for the Earth guests to arrive. And yet, she longs to return home even more.Win Jessica’s Ebook Giveaway!
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Jessica Subject started writing to encourage her daughter to read. Now she writes to keep herself grounded. Although she reads many genres, she enjoys writing Science Fiction Romance the most and believes everyone in the universe deserves a happily ever after. She lives Southwestern Ontario, Canada with her husband and two kids and loves to hear from anyone who has enjoyed her stories.