Sunday, August 26, 2012

Six Sentences

I've noticed that several of the writers' blogs that I frequent participate in something called "Six Sentence Sunday" where the blogger posts six sentences from one of their stories. This seems like a fun concept, and since I'm always looking for ways to share my work with readers, I thought I'd do my own version of "Six Sentence Sunday."

Here then are six sentences from page 66 of High Seas Deception:

Staring at the pack as if seeing if for the first time, Malone shook his head and dispelled the last of the aura. "I haven't checked. I was -- worried about you."

The realization seemed to startle him as much as it had Skylar. He turned quickly away, crawled over to the pack, and unzipped the main compartment. While she waited breathless, he pulled out a plastic wrapped bundle roughly the size of a small sack of flour.

If you haven't yet read High Seas Deception, I hope that piqued your interest. If you have already read it, I hope the sentences were a pleasant reminder of the story.



Patricia Rickrode w/a Jansen Schmidt said...

Read it and loved it! Let's see 6 sentences from the new book!

Patricia Rickrode
w/a Jansen Schmidt

Loucinda McGary aka Aunty Cindy said...

LOL! Next week, Patricia! ;-)

Anonymous said...

Love the snippet. I never heard of six sentence Sunday. What a great idea.

Loucinda McGary aka Aunty Cindy said...

Hi Maggie!
Glad you could drop by. It IS a fun idea! Happy you enjoyed the snippet. :-)