September Update

The new chapter The Second Transfer has now been posted.

If you want to know what our researcher is up to, you can read her journal entries here: JA Cambry’s Journal.

These are the final two chapters in section three and the final two chapters of the story. I’ve accomplished all I wanted to accomplish with this project, and it has reached – for me at least – a satisfactory end. I hope you all agree. I want to say a big thank you to all of you who have stuck with me. I’ve appreciated your likes, comments, votes, follows, and reviews more than I can say.


If you have the time (or the inclination), leave me a comment, and let me know what you think about the final chapters.

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Thanks for reading and commenting! I sincerely appreciate all of you!

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August Update

The new chapter The Revenge has now been posted.

If you want to know what our researcher is up to, you can read her messages to her dissertation advisers: UChicago Messages, Subject: Leave of Absence Request and UChicago Messages, Subject: Leave of Absence. You can look at her rationale for requesting leave here: Petition for Leave of Absence.

You can also check out her messages to Martin Astor here: UChicago Messages, Subject: No Subject.

One more set of chapters, and then section three will be done. Since this seems to be a fairly logical ending point, that will be where the story will stop. Thanks to all of you who have stuck with me. I hope the ending is satisfying for you.


If you have the time (or the inclination), leave me a comment, and let me know what you think about the new chapters.

If you really like what you read, you can vote for my story at Top Web Fiction by clicking here. Or if you would like to rate or review my story, you can go to Web Fiction Guide here.

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July Update

The new chapter The Loss – June 2405 to May 2406 has now been posted.

Our researcher’s life is getting quite a bit more interesting, so if you want to see what she is up to, you can read her messages to Martin Astor, former WE trainer: UChicago Messages, Subject: More? and UChicago Messages, Subject: Further Information?

You can also check out the transcript of her conversation with Martin’s group here: Transcript: Recorded Conversation.

And if you want to see how her academic life is progressing (or not progressing), you can read her message to Dr. Engle: UChicago Messages, Subject: Checking In. You can also read her message to Dr. Greiner: UChicago Messages, Subject: Protest Update.


If you have the time (or the inclination), leave me a comment, and let me know what you think about the new chapters.

If you really like what you read, you can vote for my story at Top Web Fiction by clicking here. Or if you would like to rate or review my story, you can go to Web Fiction Guide here.

Thanks for reading and commenting!

June Update

The new chapter The Separation – November 2404 to June 2405 has now been posted. There is also one new research document posted – Research Document 29. There was no outside inspiration for the document this month.

If you’re interested in what our researcher is up to, check out her message to Martin Astor, former WE trainer: UChicago Messages, Subject: Question.


If you have the time (or the inclination), leave me a comment, and let me know what you think about the new chapters.

If you really like what you read, you can vote for my story at Top Web Fiction by clicking here. Or if you would like to rate or review my story, you can go to Web Fiction Guide here.

Thanks for reading and commenting!

May Update

The new chapter The Disappearances – August to October 2404 has now been posted. There is also one new research document posted – Research Document 28. This document was inspired by the innumerable back and forth that happened between SeaWorld supporters and detractors regarding the movie Blackfish. For more, see these documents: SeaWorld Critique of Blackfish and Tim Zimmerman’s Critique of SeaWorld’s Critique of Blackfish.

If you’re interested in what our researcher is up to, check out her message to Dr. Engle (UChicago Messages, Subject: Co-Chairs) and her message to Dr. Greiner (UChicago Messages, Subject: Protests).


If you have the time (or the inclination), leave me a comment, and let me know what you think about the new chapters.

If you really like what you read, you can vote for my story at Top Web Fiction by clicking here. Or if you would like to rate or review my story, you can go to Web Fiction Guide here. I really appreciate all of you who have stuck with me! Thanks for reading and commenting!

April Update

Well, I didn’t update Friday like I’m supposed to, but it’s still April, so, technically, I still made my deadline.

The new chapter The Year – June 2403 to May 2404 has now been posted. There are also two new research documents posted: Research Document 26 and Research Document 27. These documents were inspired by the Nonhuman Rights Project and by the legislation that was under review in San Diego last year.

Below, you will find several links about this legislation.

Bill Would Ban SeaWorld Orca Performances

California State Legislature Moves to Ban Orca Shows

The Beginning of the End of Orcas in Captivity?

If you’re interested in what our researcher is up to, check out her email to Dr. Greiner: UChicago Messages, Subject: Help?.


If you have the time (or the inclination), leave me a comment, and let me know what you think about the new chapters.

If you really like what you read, you can vote for my story at Top Web Fiction by clicking here. Or if you would like to rate or review my story, you can go to Web Fiction Guide here. I really appreciate all of you who have stuck with me! Thanks for reading and commenting!

March Update

I actually beat my deadline by four days, so I’m currently very impressed with myself. 🙂

The new chapter The Performance – May 2403 has now been posted. There are also two new research documents posted: Research Document 24 and Research Document 25. Once again, I don’t have direct sources for these documents.

If you’re interested in what our researcher is up to, check out the notes from her visit to WE: Notes from WE Visit.


If you have the time (or the inclination), leave me a comment, and let me know what you think about the new chapters.

If you really like what you read, you can vote for my story at Top Web Fiction by clicking here. Or if you would like to rate or review my story, you can go to Web Fiction Guide here. I really appreciate all of you who have stuck with me! Thanks for reading and commenting!