Six sentence Sunday is a great, weekly bloghop. Talented participants post six sentences (or very close to that number) of a current writing project to share with their readers. Then the fun begins--visiting blogs on the list and commenting on other six sentence posts. It's a great way to meet other writers, get feedback, and help others by visiting their posts, lending ideas and support.
You can visit the list of participants by clicking here at Sixsunday.com
My post this week is from my WIP, ATNS, where I've skipped a few paras of a hide and seek game Marissa is playing with her two year old son. It's her turn, and this is what happens:
"Marissa ducked behind a clump of mountain laurel, then stumbled in pain. Her ears began to pound, and from above, there was a blinding beam of blue light. The drumming noise was disorienting—seeming to come from everywhere. She couldn’t think, couldn’t see, the light so bright it forced her to shut her eyes. A feeling of pressure was followed by her body shifting, tumbling…falling. Thud. Blackness."
What happened? Any comments and criticisms will be received with gratitude and graciously acknowledged.
Please, visit other sixers...and join in the fun. :-)