Interregnum Mile: Chapter Eight

Note to readers: Just when I thought what I writing was fiction, I came across this courtesy of Alison McDowell   DATA ON DNA– https://www.sciencealert.com/microsoft-could-be-storing-data-on-dna-within-the-next-three-years   Chapter Eight The industrial track-lighting in the Romer Onyx complex always reminded Susan of a piss-yellow color. Her artistic temperament incited her to naming colors that elicited strong feelings inContinue reading “Interregnum Mile: Chapter Eight”

Interregnum Mile: Chapter Seven

  Chapter Seven Kelley had kept his word.  When Ryder awoke the next morning and went downstairs, he saw his mother moving with ease back and forth between the kitchen stove and table. She was humming softly. He knew that meant she was in a good frame of mind; had she known about last evening’sContinue reading “Interregnum Mile: Chapter Seven”

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