Frozen for revival

What if the thawing process goes horribly wrong?

Today’s story is a continuation of yesterday’s theme, inspired by the sad case of the 14-year-old girl with terminal cancer (known as J.S.) who fought to have her body cryogenically stored.

In my imaginary Biocryonics Facility, they are running out of space. To make room for new clients, some of the old ones must be sacrificed.

The Science Officer argues the cryonics processes back in the early  21st Century was very rudimentary. There is no way that stored clients from that era could be successfully revived. Or could they?

Once again, ‘what if?’ has proven to be a very fruitful technique for generating ideas for stories.

This is day 21 of NaNoWriMo, and the 21st story in my self-imposed NaNo challenge: to write 30 stories in 30 days. #30days30shorts

It’s my 5th sci-fi story of the month, and another couple have futuristic themes. Tomorrow I shall attempt to write something completely different.

Author: Ruth Livingstone

Walker, writer, photographer, blogger, doctor, woman, etc.

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