Six Sentence Sunday

it’s time again for Six sentence Sunday, that fun blogging experience where participants post six sentences from something they are working on, something they have published or just, well, something!

Today’s six come for the short story Claudius that I have not finished. Partially because I’ve done more than 20 book covers in three weeks, and partly because I’ve lost my thread of thought on it. I need to get back to it, though.

He could see her; dark and coquettish. She batted her eyes like a virgin, but took him in the stables like a common whore. He didn’t love her, and she knew it, though she didn’t care. He was just a game for her, but that was all right with him because her offerings were sweet enough. Then, they got sweeter. She showed him her immortality and let him taste it.

Someday I will finish it.

In the meantime, be sure to check out the other participants!

Advertisements
Previous Post
Leave a comment

21 Comments

  1. katrina whittaker

     /  April 3, 2011

    🙂 only her immortality !!! tart !! loved it !!! sounds like something saucy and def inviting !! great sss
    kat
    😛 kittee_cat@bigpond.com

    Reply
  2. Great six! His voice comes through so well.

    Reply
  3. Great ! – oh WE will finish it have no fear – good teaser – I have to catch up with you one of these days

    Reply
  4. You need to finish this! Wonderful six!

    Reply
  5. Tantalizing. What I like is how well his personality comes through. 😀

    Reply
  6. And 20 covers in three weeks? Wow! You are busy!

    Reply
  7. Wow, this was fun. Took him in the stables. And then showed him her immortality. Great imagery!

    Reply
  8. Very intriguing. Great imagery.

    Reply
  9. Great six. Love the promise of things to come.

    Reply
  10. Immortallity. I hear it tastes like chicken.

    Reply
  11. Chrystallla

     /  April 3, 2011

    My, very intriguing. Are we talking vampires? Can’t wait to find out more!

    Reply
  12. Loved the description “dark and coquettish”!

    Reply
  13. I really liked that! Yes, you do need to finish that sooner rather than later.

    Reply
  14. Great ending hook, unexpected and intriguing.

    Reply
  15. Intriguing! As others have said, I, too, hope you finish this story.

    Reply
  16. Your snippet hooked me! Hope you finish this, would love to read more.

    Reply
  17. Excellent six. Thanks.

    Reply
  18. Wow. So much going on in those six sentences. Intriguing.

    Reply
  19. Like! 🙂

    Reply
  20. Awesome. I especially love that second sentence! 🙂

    Reply

Share your dark side...

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: