Wow, a whole week has passed since I last posted. With all the electrical storms, tornado warnings and watches, I've been distracted from anything having to do with writing. My prayers are with those in Alabama and other states/cities who weren't as lucky as we were this time. (Did you notice how many "w" words are in this paragraph?...Wow, whole, week, with, warnings, watches, writing...)
My selected six:
Carrie's cheeks burned, but she did as she was told. With her eyes squinted shut, she turned her face away, trying to halt the sobs wracking her insides.
"Okay, now bend over and spread 'em." The matron's snicker was the final stab of humiliation.
Aghast, but shaking with fear, Carrie bowed at the waist, letting her hands dangle just above her toes. Welling tears now fell, splashing against the darkly tiled floor.
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First Degree Innocence is published by Books We Love Publishing Partners and available at Smashwords and on Amazon.