Writer’s Quote Wednesday, 6/1/2016.

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Alright, another Wednesday, another flash fiction followed by a quote. Strap in, and away we go!

She had done it! The secret to adjusting cellular mitosis had been found, the final key in reducing transcription errors located. Not only would cancers of all kinds be slowed be treated with one hundred percent success rate, treated easily without radiation, but aging could potentially also be slowed.

The evidence was clear; she’d run the tests a dozen times to make sure; the only thing left was the press conference. Well that, and taking her own new medication to assure she lived to see the dawn of the new era. She cleaned up and dressed while the lab assistants popped the cork on the wine.

Quote: “Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and then suddenly you are doing the impossible.” – Francis of Assisi.

As always, this is for Silver Threading at:

https://silverthreading.com/category/writers-quote-wednesday-writing-challenge/

See you next week.

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