Sunday, October 14, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

It's Six Sentence Sunday! Here's how it works: Pick six sentences from you current WIP or published story and post them on your blog on Sunday. But, you have to sign up at Six Sentence Sunday first. Be sure to do this by the end of the day on Saturday and have your post active by Sunday 9a.m. And be sure to visit others on the list.

In Secrets of Jenkins Bridge, Mitchell is examining a picture of Aly, Katherine's daughter. As he looks closer, he's realizing the girl has similar features as his own mother.

Mitchell looked up at Katherine. “Tell me something. Is it my imagination or-“
“Mitch, let me stop you right there. Come downstairs. We need to talk.”

Have a great Sunday! 


  1. Oh, another one of those "we need to talk." The four most dreaded words a man can hear. Good six, Donna.

  2. Uh those "we need to talk" moments...hope you follow up next week with where you left off here...

  3. Oh, boy. :) Yes, please give us more next week. Intriguing 6.

  4. Oh! I loved your six sentence- sounded intriguing!