Weekend Writing Warriors #106 – Revenant (Part 146)

March already, and with it the southern hemisphere moves to autumn. Like the relentless march of time I continue my relentless continuance of Revenant. As always, these 8 sentences carry on immediately from last time. If you want to see what has come before then just follow this link.


    “Eight months,” she said, giving Ryan’s hand another squeeze. “I’ve been so worried about you.”
    “What happened to me?”
    Kassandra’s eyes widened. “You don’t know?”
    Ryan thought back. “The last thing I remember is finding Marcus unconscious. Everything after that is… fuzzy.”


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Weekend Writing Warriors #105 – Revenant (Part 145)

Hello all, apologies for skipping last week. My first absence since this list began, and hopefully the last in a good long while. :-)

As always, I have another snippet of Revenant for you and another change of scene. These 8 sentences carry on immediately from last time. If you want to see what has come before then just follow this link.


    Ryan closed his eyes, the effort of keeping them open proved too much. “How did I … Marcus! He’s still–”
    A squeeze of his hand stopped him. “Ryan, relax. Marcus is fine. You have to focus on yourself now.”
    “How long have I been here?”


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Weekend Writing Warriors #104 – Revenant (Part 144)

As always, I have another snippet of Revenant for you and another change of scene. These 8 sentences carry on immediately from last week. If you want to see what has come before then just follow this link.


    “Here.” A small circular tube pressed against his lips. “Drink, your throat must be raw.”
    Ryan sipped, the cool liquid filled his mouth and the darkness that hovered at the edges of his mind retreated.
    “Thankyou,” he croaked. “Where am I?”
    “The station medical centre.”


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Weekend Writing Warriors #103 – Revenant (Part 143)

Has it been a week already? As always, I have another snippet of Revenant for you and another change of scene. These 8 sentences carry on immediately from last week. If you want to see what has come before then just follow this link.


    “… that the cryogenic process triggered a mu–”
    Ryan raised his hand.
    “–tation in some…” The stream of consciousness stopped. “Oh, my, god. Ryan?”
    A wiggle of his fingers was all he could manage in response. A moment later he felt that hand wrapped in another’s, much smaller hands.
    “I know it’s hard, but please try to stay with me, Ryan.”
    The voice spoke truly, staying focussed took far more energy than he realised, and oblivion beckoned.


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Weekend Writing Warriors #102 – Revenant (Part 142)

Sunday again and this weekend is a long weekend to mark Australia Day so its good to know that there is another day of relaxation ahead of me before having to return to work.

As always, I have another snippet of Revenant for you and another change of scene. These 8 sentences carry on immediately from last week. If you want to see what has come before then just follow this link.


    The noise was indistinct, all rolled together as though being heard through water. He focussed on the sound, trying to make sense of it, to pick meaning from the chaos.
    Too hard.
    The effort pushed his tired mind beyond its limits and he sank below the waves of consciousness. Again and again he struggled, what else could he do? His mind swam in a sea of vaguely pleasant numbness but somewhere beneath all that he knew there should be more. A single thread stood out from the background buzz, a lilting sing-song sound coalescing finally into a form his mind could grasp.
    Words.
    Someone was speaking to him.


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Weekend Writing Warriors #101 – Revenant (Part 141)

Another Sunday is here and that means its time for the next little bit of Revenant. As always, these carry on immediately from last week. If you want to see what has come before then just follow this link.


    Kassandra searched his face. She opened her mouth to respond, ready to chastise the man for his lack of compassion but decided against it. He wasn’t joking, no, but his grin seemed somehow forced. “I won’t,” she said finally.
    Marcus let out a long breath and looked back down at Ryan. He stayed there for a long moment then turned and walked away.     Kassandra watched the man leave. Head down and shoulders slumped, like he’d lost something of himself, and for the first time in a long time she felt like she needed a drink.


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Weekend Writing Warriors #100 – Revenant (Part 140)

My hundredth post for Weekend Writing Warriors. I am pretty happy with that milestone and I have enjoyed each and every one of them. Thank you to the organisers of the list for giving us this platform to share our stories.

As always, these carry on immediately from last week. If you want to see what has come before then just follow this link.


    The fire in her burned away. “That’s the one you captured?”
    He nodded. “We’d pretty much cleared the rest of the building. There’s a team down there now doing clean up. You and your team will be down there in just a few days. Make sure you make the fucker pay for what he did.”
    It took Kassandra a moment to wrap her mind around Marcus’ words. “I needed the specimen for research, not torture.”
    “I know, I know. Just don’t feel like you need to be gentle about it.”


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Weekend Writing Warriors #99 – Revenant (Part 139)

The first Sunday of 2015 and the first time for Revenant in the new year. As always, these carry on immediately from last week. If you want to see what has come before then just follow this link.


    “I came to,” Marcus continued, “in time to see the second Banshee peppering Ryan with bullets. I wasn’t quick enough to stop the headshot but I took that fucker out before he could finish the job.”
    A spark of impotent rage ignited in the pit of Kassandra’s stomach. “I’m glad you killed it.”     
    “Oh, it’s not dead. I tranqu’ed the bastard.” Marcus looked at her, his lips curling into a vicious grin. “He’s the one you’re going to do your experiments on.”


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Weekend Writing Warriors #98 – Revenant (Part 138)

Hello all and welcome to the last Sunday of 2014. Another year behind me and another 5000 words of Revenant out there for people to enjoy. It may be a small thing but it makes me feel good to know that I am doing something creative each week.

As always, these carry on immediately from last week. If you want to see what has come before then just follow this link.


Marcus walked up to the bedside and laid a hand on Ryan’s shoulder. “It’s my fault. Ryan said they were different. He warned me not to underestimate them, but I didn’t listen. I just charged in like they were stupid and damned near got myself blown up. He got hurt saving me.”
    Kassandra waited. This was a side of the man she’d never seen before, and she didn’t dare speak lest her words bring the cocksure arsehole back to the fore.


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