Six Sentence Sunday 7/1

Thanks for joining me for my first Six Sentence Sunday. Here’s an excerpt from the meeting of my hero and heroine of Seaside Sorcery:

Their gazes locked and the sight of his eyes silenced her. His eyes were silver–dark, glinty, silver irises, fixed steadily on hers. Oh, Orb curse it! Silver eyes meant silver energy. She glanced at the glowing silver mass frozen in mid-slide from the refrigerator, bottle tops poking out at awkward angles.

She’d never met a wizard of this type.

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About Laurel Wanrow

Fantasy romance tuned to the magic of the land.

Posted on June 30, 2012, in Writing, YA Novels and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Maryellen Brady

    coolness! I want to know more 🙂


  2. Like the way she curses/


  3. Yes, like the way she curses, lol.


  4. Thanks for stopping by everyone, and thanks for the kudos on her curses. 😉


  5. Very nice! I don’t know if you are looking for critique, but this would be so much stronger if you took out the telly word “was”. See if you can work around it. Good luck!


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