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Sunday, March 13, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday



Another Six Sentence Sunday is upon us. I've decided to stick with Total Apocalypse of the Heart. Yes, I'm going with it! The comments from last week sealed it for me so thank you. This week I'm taking you right where we left off with Sam.

He missed that obnoxious, fire-engine red hair of hers and the devious grin she always wore right before she was about to cause trouble. His little thrill seeker. He wondered how much she’d changed over the last two years.

After seeing the news reports on the chaos in Atlanta, he wanted—no needed—to know if she was okay. He hoped Bea and Jim had been in contact with her, and she’d made it home before things had gotten out of control.

The loud crack of gunshots shook him from his thoughts.


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29 comments:

  1. Oh, very intriguing! Nice tension as well.

    (Absolutely love the title, too!)

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  2. Love your title! And what a fantastic six! Do we get more next week?

    ~Sarah

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  3. Eeep. Gun shots! I'm waiting to see what happens!

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  4. Well yep, I'm pulled in again this week. Love the title, love the concept. Now is it available somewhere or still a WIP?

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  5. Pulled me right in! Hope everyone is okay.

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  6. Thank you. It's still a WIP.

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  7. Great POV on the leading man's feelings for the leading layd. :)

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  8. I'm hooked and will be back for more.

    Great six!

    gem

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  9. Anything that describes hair as obnoxious is funny in my book. Nice six

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  10. Definitely want to read more of this. Love the obnoxious, fire-engine red hair.

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  11. All right-humor and then the axe falls. Good six.

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  12. Great six! Can't wait to read more.

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  13. Ooooh, I like how you've redecorated the place.

    The title sounds awesome, and the snippet has me hooked.

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  14. Always intriguing! I look forward to this book being published.

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  15. Love the concern he has for her.

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  16. I suspect things are not going to be as he thinks they are. Great six!

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  17. 'devious grin'...perhaps she has not changed that much. Great hook!
    Regards,
    Christine London

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  18. Loved the description of her, and that switch at the end from his inner musing to sudden action.

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  19. Nice. I get a great feel for her from this.

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