Six Sentence Sunday: I Miss the Dark Side #sixsunday
As most of you who stop by regularly know, (since I can’t stop talking about it most days) my debut novel is releasing in June. Due to this fantastic bit of good fortune, I have been up to my eyeballs in CALL OF THE SEA for months and months. This week I sent the first round of edits to my editor, so I have been able to put Daniel and Ellie out of my head for a day or so. It’s been wonderful for my creativity.
This week’s six comes from a short story I have finally been able to focus some attention on. It has a darker feel to it that CotS, so I have really enjoyed spending time with the characters of DESTINY’S TRIAL (working title).
Hope you enjoy the snipit. 🙂
Torches lined the ancient stone walls of the wide antechamber, casting an eerie yellow light about the space. The flickering light caught on the two metallic suits or armor stationed on both sides of the archway at the other end of the foyer, making them appear as if they’d been dipped in gold.
Hesitant steps carried her across the lobby. The only sounds accompanying her were the soft click of her boot heels and the murmur of her cloak brushing over the polished marble floor.
You can do this. It’s what you’ve worked your whole life for.
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Posted on February 5, 2012, in #sixsunday, Fantasy, Fiction, My Writing, Six Sentence Sunday and tagged #sixsunday, Destiny's Trial, Fantasy, fiction, Six Sentence Sunday, Work in progress. Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.