Sunday, August 14, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday 8 14

Welcome back to my Six Sunday post, all due to http://www.sixsunday.com/ twitter #sixsunday.  This is my third post and the first two you can find scrolling on my home page.  The first 6 talked a little about the world and how our heroine has to avoid zombies, unless she has the ketchup and mustard bottles ready for them.  The second 6 has some tension as Cindy and our heroine came across a dog.  The following 6 continues right where last week's left off...


“I’ve never seen a dog.”
“Me either,” I said.
“Well shit.  Is that what you saw moving?”
“Not sure, maybe.”
I grabbed the bat and Cindy began to cry, “Don’t you kill that poor thing!”



The working title for my YA WIP is A Girl, Her Dog, and the Zombies.  I hope you enjoyed this six.  Come back next week because I will have another offering for the #sixsunday crowd and perhaps I'll reveal what happens with the dog and our heroine (if you can't gather from the working title).

15 comments:

  1. Fantastic six, you have given them both great voices in so few woods. Well done!

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  2. Oh no! What happens next! Can't wait to read more next week.

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  3. Oh, dogs always make things more interesting!

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  4. Great six. Intrigued to know what happens next. :-)

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  5. Great six sis! Definitely makes you wonder what that dog has to do with the story!

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  6. Yes, the working title is a good hint! Looks like a fun story.

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  7. Thank you all for the comments. I'm preparing my next few weeks of posts as I'm AFK for surgery (carpal tunnel for both hands). I'll continue the posting and look forward to anyone's thoughts.

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  8. I love the frazzled sensibilities, the mix of confusion, fear, panic and utter confidence. They don't know what it is or isn't, so grab a weapon, yet cry about it. Love it.

    ~Cheryl M.

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  9. LOL. I guess the title would give a clue as to what happens, wouldn't it? I enjoyed your six. Nice, crisp, believable dialogue, especially given the circumstances!

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  10. Very tight prose, so bodes well for a tightly written story. Thanks for sharing!

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  11. Dialogue sixes are my favorite sixes. Good job :)

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  12. Oh no, hope the dog doesn't get hit! :((

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  13. I love everyone and their comments :D A very exciting next sequence of 6 is ready to go for Sunday!

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