This will be the last SSS post for September. Yikes!
For anyone who doesn't know, Six Sentence Sunday is a bloghop--and one of the friendliest. Participants post six sentences of their writing, then the fun begins. Readers 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.
Returning to my WIP, ATNS, Marissa has been running for her life. The scene began with her playing hide and seek with her toddler. Then, something strange happened--a blinding light and a disorienting sound. She's not at the State Park anymore, and her son is no longer with her. Her situation has taken a turn toward the terrifying. She's just witnessed a large, raging beast bite a person in half. After fleeing, she found a dark doorway in which she's stepped through. Inside, the dimly lit room, she discovered an injured man. This is what happens next:
"Fear climbing her throat, she approached him. She forced her uneven breaths to slow, and with a voice just barely above a whisper, asked, “Are you Okay? I won’t hurt you." Her eyes shifted from his face to his chest. "You’re bleeding.” After leaning down, she'd just begun to look at his wound when there was a ferocious bellow unlike anything she’d ever heard."
Next week, it shifts out of the dream, so this will be the end of a chapter.
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