Sunday, July 29, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

I almost forgot what day of the week it was. Well, to wrap of Whimsy, I'm offering an altered six sentences. I cut out a few sentences but the essential feel is still there.

     His cold eyes met hers over the pendant. “If I would do this to my home world, what do you think I will do to yours?”
     She shivered. He was basically only a boy.  “I-I won’t let you kill anyone.”
     “Can you stop me?”

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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

Time for Six Sentence Sunday! To recap, last week Dark had pulled out a necklace to show Whimsy. For those who haven't read Whimsy, we learn pretty early on that Dark is the only survivor of the destroyed planet Dark Sphere.

The pendant was faintly oblong and flat. It appeared to be made of gold. The surface was etched with cloud shapes. As she watched, the clouds scudded over the oval. She swallowed as she realized what she was looking at. This was what was left of Dark Sphere.

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Sunday, July 15, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

Time for the next six sentences from Whimsy. Dark is telling Whimsy about his childhood.

Perhaps he was quite right.” Dark shrugged. “In any event, in his rage the young prince cursed his home world. And overnight, it disappeared.”
     Whimsy gasped and covered her mouth with her hands. 
     Dark reached into his shirt and pulled out a necklace. 

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Saturday, July 14, 2012

Chatting with a Vampire

I decided to submit a short story for Evernight's Halloween anthology and it was accepted. It will be my first published vampire story. (I wrote one a long time ago, didn't like it, and tossed it.) I'm very excited about being included in the anthology. I'll post the blurb when it gets closer to the release date.

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

I took a Sunday off. So let's pick up where we left off with Whimsy.

And so they slaughtered the king, the queen, Prince Parker and even little Princess Symphony.
     “Only Prince Raven was spared as he was unreachable. They sent an envoy to capture the boy, but he was protected by the warriors. When word reached the boy, his pain and anger were immeasurable. 
     “Never mentioned before was the fact that Prince Raven was…very talented. The king feared it would only make matters worse. 

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