Last full week of August--nearly in the books. Hope everyone had a good week. For anyone who doesn't know, Six Sentence Sunday is a bloghop--one of the friendliest ones in existence. Participants post six sentences of their writing, then the fun begins. Participants hop from blog to blog, sharing opinions, critiques and encouragement. We know what a solitary pursuit writing is--and Six Sentence Sunday is a great way to meet other writers and take a break from our solitude. Complete rules and a sign up form are at the site here.
This week, returning to ATNS. Marissa, playing hide and seek with her toddler-Gavin, has just experienced a blinding light and a disorienting noise while hiding behind a shrub. Her last sensations were falling, intense pressure, a hard landing, and blackness.
"She opened her eyes, then blinked hard, trying to get her bearings. Sharp cold stung any exposed skin and
seeped through her clothing; she shivered. A quick survey did nothing to clear her
confusion—bare metal walls, rusted in places, with nothing to
indicate where she was. The same with the floor beneath where she lay. A panicked
thought of Gavin had just begun to form when it was brought to an abrupt end."
That's it for this week's snippet. Any and all comments are received with gratitude and graciously acknowledged.
Have a great week, :-)