Wow. 2012 is flying by. So hard to believe we’re already in March. Another post for six sentence sunday (along with the other 100+ authors participating in this weekly event). This week I’m offering up something really fresh, as in something written very recently. I’m in the early stages of writing Forsaking the Prize and thought I’d share this small sample of my wip. This is Tobias’ first night at Romsey Abbey and he’s just decided to take a grand tour with Eamon Murphy as his guide.
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“I’m not as well versed as I’d like to be about the abbey,” Murphy mumbled.
Tobias set his hand to his ear. “Speak up man, cannon fire has ruined my hearing. Did you just say your nurse lives at the abbey?”
Murphy gave him a flat, hostile stare. “I really didn’t miss you.”
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15 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday #13: Forsaking the Prize”
Looks like that little snippet worked! Oh yay. Thanks for dropping by everyone
I love your humour and can’t wait to read more 🙂
Okay, you just made me laugh. I love that in a story! Now I’m hooked… 🙂
He sounds like the embarrassing kind of friend! 😉
Nice humor – made me smile.
Funny, unexpected twist and turn in just six sentences! Excellent excerpt!
LOL! I love the detail with the cannon fire!
That’s funny! Loved it!
I just laughed aloud. Well done.
funny!!! like it a lot.
LOL Too funny!
Intriguing snippet, and I can’t wait to read more. 🙂
I can see the expression on his face. Nice one, I get the impression that the pair know each other well.
Well as you said – it’s new – so I don’t know the two gentlement featured. However i can tell they’re not best friends lol and love the humour – they obviously know each other for a long time?
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