Rhea V. May

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Rhea’s an average person living a normal, boring life. Everyone told her she can’t put that into her bio, so she wrote this instead:

Rhea discovered the magical realm of books at a young age but it wasn’t until she read two small sentences that she truly began to understand herself. And to accept she will always battle reality with phantoms of the mind.

Fast-forward a few years, and we find her feeling quite lost. Practical to the core, she started the journey of rediscovering herself. To that end, she finally committed to the duty of putting her mind’s fabrications to paper. With each story, she reclaims a little more of her old self.

Rhea also likes lists, cats, and coffee. She abhors lies, tardiness, and steadfast seriousness. She’s on the
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“Do you know how rare life in the Universe really is? For every populated galaxy, we find dozens more incapable of supporting life. Whenever we encounter a civilization that hadn’t reached the means to travel the stars and accept the existence of other life forms, we protect it and observe its evolution. It’s what’s at the very base of The Union.”
Rhea V. May, Reshaping Eliza

“Is this the medship?” She asked next.
When Zev shook his head and started to reply, she asked “Then why am I here?”
He shifted in his chair.
“We were hoping you might accept being part of an experiment.”
And there it was, the other shoe has dropped. A chill ran down Eliza’s spine. “What experiment?”
Zev put up his palms and started to wave them in the air. Eliza realized now it had to be the alien version of a calming gesture.”
Rhea V. May, Reshaping Eliza

“Her planet’s beauty took her breath away, even with that green mist swirling around it. Her throat was suddenly dry and she tried to swallow past the lump formed there, pushing her sadness away. She wanted to remember this view forever, Earth as it was, and keep it bound to her with unbreakable restraints, wherever in the universe she may end up in.”
Rhea V. May, Reshaping Eliza

“Do you know how rare life in the Universe really is? For every populated galaxy, we find dozens more incapable of supporting life. Whenever we encounter a civilization that hadn’t reached the means to travel the stars and accept the existence of other life forms, we protect it and observe its evolution. It’s what’s at the very base of The Union.”
Rhea V. May, Reshaping Eliza

“Is this the medship?” She asked next.
When Zev shook his head and started to reply, she asked “Then why am I here?”
He shifted in his chair.
“We were hoping you might accept being part of an experiment.”
And there it was, the other shoe has dropped. A chill ran down Eliza’s spine. “What experiment?”
Zev put up his palms and started to wave them in the air. Eliza realized now it had to be the alien version of a calming gesture.”
Rhea V. May, Reshaping Eliza

“Her planet’s beauty took her breath away, even with that green mist swirling around it. Her throat was suddenly dry and she tried to swallow past the lump formed there, pushing her sadness away. She wanted to remember this view forever, Earth as it was, and keep it bound to her with unbreakable restraints, wherever in the universe she may end up in.”
Rhea V. May, Reshaping Eliza

“If I may...Let me explain, Eliza. Zev is right and time is running out. It is the only possible outcome, the only one that will save everyone. Even if you stay, it won’t change anything. We’ll still die and then the Union will consider us defective, as we were unable to protect you. They will most likely decide to Wipe us all.”
Eliza’s eyes widened.
“That’s not fair. It is my choice to stay.”
“And choices have repercussions.” He responded, in a gentle tone that bellied his harsh words.
Talk about a rock and a hard place. If she left, they will sacrifice themselves and die for her. If she stayed, they will die because of her. The only difference leaving made was that she and Zev would live. Probably.”
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