Sunday, January 23, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday

I'm joining in with several friends who participate in Six Sentence Sunday, and I thank whoever created the concept.  It gives me an opportunity to share some interesting parts of my books.  Today I'm featuring sentences from The Locket, coming soon from Eternal Press. This is my first attempt at a true mystery.  Can't wait to see the reviews once I get the final PDF.  Comments welcome:


He plopped a folder atop the table, then folded his arms and rested on them while making an assessment of her that added to her discomfort. 
Straightening in her chair, Crystal smoothed her linen skirt and returned his gaze. She crossed her ankles and folded her hands in her lap. The air inside the small room suffocated her, and she wanted to be anywhere but here. She fought the urge to jump across the table and claw out his eyes. “Can we please move this along?” 

4 comments:

Roseanne Dowell said...

Great sentences. Leaves me wanting more.

Marva Dasef said...

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Cheers,
Marva

MaggieDove.net said...

Enjoyed the preview of your upcoming book, Ginger. By the way, I really love your cover. I enjoy writing the mystery part of my books almost more than the romance. Maybe I should change my name to Maggie Raven and only write mysteries. lol!

Maggie Dove
www.maggiedove.net

Colleen said...

Thanks for the author and blog.

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