Dear Readers

Fear not the Darkness, But What Lies Within, The recesses of our mind, The creepy cobwebbed corners,That lingers on and tickles us,With tingle feelings of alarm, The deep in the stomach, Pain we feel when we do warn, The fear is deadly it seeks, The deepest corner of our mind, It's just a story to alarm,Educate and provide entertainment for our minds. So read on dear reader, I hope you find the stories amusing and full of charm.

Sunday, January 13, 2013

7 Writer Challenge

7 Writer Challenge

I was tagged by the wonderful author Karen Einsel author of  Kyle and Kelly- The Perfect Party Planner, The Good Dr. Grant, Chris ' Journey Turning Different Corners(Her Journey Begins),Kyle and Kelly, and the coming in the future, Judged By A Cover

So here goes …This is the mission: Go to line 7 on either page 7 or page 77 of your manuscript and do a post with the next 7 lines, then tag 7 people to keep the challenge going.  This a short and savvy way to see what others out there in the blogosphere are writing/have written.


Here is my excerpt (page 7, line 7 … the next 7 lines from "A Penny Saved A Murder Earned" my latest book

      “You’ve heard about fate? Well sorry but this is your fate, buddy!” the murderer explained.
     “Please! Couldn’t you let me go? I won’t tell! I’ll move to another city. Besides who would listen to a homeless man?”
     “Someone would. My Angel would.”
     The homeless man then smiled as if to gain trust from this killer, “You won’t hurt the lady who owns the store, will you?” he asked
“I would never harm my Angel. How dare you?” the killer responded outraged.
Here is my excerpt (page 7, line 7 … the next 7 lines from "A Tiger's Heart  Wrapped In a Player's Hide" coming soon to ebook

“I didn’t see you before; were you behind a door?”

The person’s body practically blocks the door.
“Of course you didn’t, I didn’t want you to see me.”
“What do you want from me?” asked the man feeling fear.
“Not a lot. I am a little peckish,” the other person explained.
“Here take it.”
The man then offered his plate of food.
“No thank-you that’s not the snack I wanted.” the other person explained.
Here is my excerpt (page 77, line 7 … the next 7 lines from "A Diller A Dollar A Really Dead Scholar" the sequel to "A Penny Saved A Murder Earned" that I am working on.

“What is this high school? Where you put your lips is no never mind to me,” 

“For your information she kissed me and I told her I was involved,” Emmett replied hurt and annoyed.
“Well sure, then that makes it all better,” Lily sarcastically and then appeared to dismiss the subject, “What kind of chocolates are these?”
“Creams. A little birdie told me you like cream filled chocolates,” Emmett answered still not sure what is going on.
“Well, thank-you for the flowers and chocolate,” Lily said. “Goodbye now.”
“Do you forgive me?” Emmett asked realizing that Lily was still angry.
“Forgive you for what?” Lily asked sounding surprised.

Emmett wondered if he ever understand women.Was she mad or not? He decided she wasn't, the chocolates had worked.

And here are the 7 writers I am tagging and as usual it is totally up to them if they participate; But I’d love to see what they are working on, wouldn’t you?


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