Six Sunday: Breath(e) Three

Six Sunday: Breath(e) Three

Another six from the new novel…   “I’ve been living with this for nineteen years.” Susan drew in a deep breath. “So have we,” she said. “So have we.” “It’s not your fault, Mom. It’s not your fault and it’s not mine, it’s just something that is. And I can’t live my life without it.”   To read more six sentences, visit...

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Six Sunday: Breath(e) Two

Six Sunday: Breath(e) Two

Again this week I have six sentences from the new novel, Breath(e)… At the end of dinner, Elizabeth put her coat back on and prepared to go home. “Do I get a kiss?” Theo said. Elizabeth flushed. “Yes,” she said. She braced her arms against the back of his chair and leaned over him, pressing her lips against his. His lips were soft and his breath tasted like coffee and cinnamon. Find more six sentence excerpts from other writers at www.sixsunday.com  Thanks for stopping...

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Sunday Six: Breath(e) One

My newest novel has just been published! To celebrate, this month’s Six Sunday Sentences will be from Breath(e)…   On Friday afternoon they stood outside the subway entrance with backpacks on enjoying the spring sun. Elizabeth faced Ethan and whispered, “Is it bad that I wish I could have you right here in the street?” “Not bad at all,” Ethan said. He smiled and kissed her. She grabbed the sides of his face and pushed her lips harder against his. The sun was hot on the back of her neck.   To read more six sentences from other participates, visit...

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Six Sunday: More Elizabeth

Continuing from last week’s selection in Breath(e) …   She climbed onto the narrow bed and stretched out, leaving space for him. Patrick lay down beside her and started kissing her. She did feel a little bit of tingling in her body when he kissed her. Nothing like what she had felt with Stewart, but a little bit. Hope surged in her. She rubbed her hands over his arms and tried to imagine what was going to happen next.   This is a painfully slow way to tell a love scene! I write very short sentences.  Luckily, the full book itself is going to be available for purchase in a couple weeks.  This particular scene is likely not going where you’d expect 😉 [Visit www.SixSunday.com for more six sentence...

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Six Sunday: Elizabeth Dates an AB Guy

Six Sentences from my upcoming novel, Breath(e), a sequel to(W)hole He walked into her room, where there was hardly room for both of them to stand up. The bed was the most visible thing there. Elizabeth nodded her head at it. “Really?” Patrick said. “Are you sure?” “Yeah,” she...

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Six Sunday: Stewart’s Story

Six Sunday: Stewart’s Story

Now that NaNoWriMo is finished, that story is getting set aside.  Now I’m working on a short story that will be available soon as a free add-on to the sequel to my novel, (W)hole. This is six sentences from Stewart’s Story. Description: Stewart returns home to face his past and make up for his mistakes bu the soon discovers that everyone wants something from him. Everyone, that is, except the one man he most wants to make contact with: his father. ### “Let me get you home,” he said. She stood, then leaned over him, her long dark hair brushing against the sides of his face. “I knew you couldn’t resist me,” she whispered and her breath was warm against his forehead, smelling of beer and raspberries. He closed his eyes and...

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