Saturday, May 28, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday

Hey, peeps!!

Time to share some more Six Sentence Sunday goodness :)

I'm going to pick up shortly where I left off last week, and give you a bit more from Love In The Time Of Witches. This blurb is from the Traveler's pov again.


Moonlight filtered down through a thick spattering of hemlock and white pine trees. Their earthy scent jogged memories I’d locked away centuries ago––nightmares I’d fought to forget. “Home…sweet, fucking home.”
 I’d vowed never to return, never to revisit this god-forsaken corner of earth. My memory of the ground, the trees…hell, the very air, was tainted, haunted with the echo of what once was. Just standing on this miserable scrap of dirt made my stomach clench. No, I never intended on returning to Salem Village.

That's it for this week. Seven sentences again, doh! At least I'm consistent, lol!

Make sure to check out more awesome Six Sentence Sunday offerings here.

Happy Sunday!!

29 comments:

Jessica Subject said...

You show his internal feelings very well while making us wonder why he did return. Fabulous six!

Lisa said...

Thanks, Jessica!

Novels On The Run said...

Oh I didnt know what Six Sentence Sunday was..now I do..loL!! Must look back at other posts....

Michelle

Lisa said...

It's fun, Michelle!

Cate Masters said...

Excellent interior monologue, great way to reveal this character.

Jennifer Lane said...

Powerful 6 sentences. And now that I've read Pleasures Untold, I know what's going on in the excerpt! ;)

Lisa Fox said...

Wow, she has some powerful feelings about her home. Great snippet!

Graylin Fox said...

I love this, powerful and conflicted.

Luxie Ryder said...

Oooh! The question of course is, if the Traveller hates it so much, why are they back there? Fab six!

Dren said...

Love the voice! The Traveler's feelings are clear!

Rebecca Royce said...

Great character to be in the POV of. I loved it.

the1940mysterywriter said...

Welcome home. Yeah, right. Nicely done.
Gunnar

Jessica K said...

This is some good foreshadowing, makes us want to read more. Great!

Lisa said...

Thanks, everyone!!

J.A. Beard said...

I feel the same way about my home town. ;)

Great character insight.

Lisa said...

@ J.A. Beard- You totally made me laugh out loud!

J.A. Beard said...

Hehe.

ada-hoffmann said...

Nice vivid, sensory description of the character's feelings.

JoAnne Kenrick said...

Love the imagery and character's retrospect. FAB SIX!

Sandy Nachlinger said...

Really great six and great use of the senses. I felt like I was there. Good teaser at the end, too.
Here's my six: Sandy's Six

kayspringsteen said...

I'd rather see seven than be left hanging lol. I love the pictures this passage evokes.

the cautionary tale said...

that was awesome. I can practically smell the earth and air.

Lindsay said...

Really loved his internal thoughts and feelings. This story is going to get interesting

Lorien Velez said...

Great description! Definitely a nice, gripping scene. :)

Hailey Edwards said...

Nice description. Very gritty six.

Lisa said...

Thanks, everyone!!!

Jayel Kaye said...

I love you voice here.

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