Happy Six Sentence Sunday! 🙂
Last week I promised I’d give you an idea of the differences between Zeph and any other human – the ones that identify him as a different race, maybe an angel (depending on your definition of one). Can angels fly? Do they really have wings?
Lucia is about to find out:
She swallowed hard, licked her lips, tasted her waxy lipstick. “What makes him different?”
“Many of his major bones are hollow with criss-crossing trusses. It gives him a light skeleton, like that of gliding birds.” He raised one hand to rub his forehead. “More fragile, true, but lightweight.
Next week there will be more. 🙂
Have a great day!
Very cool insight into angel DNA. Great six, as always!
Good dialogue. I like that you revealed this information in conversation. Very natural.
Ooh! I love it when a story weaves in some believable science! This sounds intriguing!
Creative six. Agree it does sound intriguing.
Cool. I love the scientific explanation. Great six!
Interesting but for DNA results it might take 3-4 months and only if the sample is viable.
Love the forensic angle in this. Good job!
Cool six! I liked the descriptive comparison to the glider too. Thank you.
Wow, can I borrow that explanation for my Sila?
Just kidding, they don’t have the technology to see skeletons on Silvery Earth (and Sila don’t leave corpses, so nobody will ever find out what they’re made of, haha)!
Great six! 😀
Sounds beautiful but fragile. Now, she gonna try and break him or what? 🙂