Monthly Archives: July 2012
Here we are again!
My fourth except of Seaside Sorcery comes from the teenaged witch’s POV. Even if she has found a boy to crush on, not everyone likes the girl who lives on a schooner and puts to port along the Scottish coast.
Coral froze at Spike’s voice. Act normal, just act normal. She threw a casual glance to where he perched on a pile of crates. Even with an apron slung over his shoulder, the sight of her fiercest challenger chilled her. Spike hated her. One, because she was a witch and a better duelist, and two, because she was an outsider to Tern Bay.
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Joining other writers to share six sentences is really starting to fit my schedule. Here’s my third installment of a YA I’ve completed, Seaside Sorcery. In today’s excerpt, Ty debates approaching a new crush, Coral, with his work pony Pepper.
“Should I try to see her again?” Ty asked Pepper. “Or let the whole thing alone?” Blue eyes. She had to be a blue wizard, a pretty blue… Okay, just thinking about her was fine. He didn’t have to do anything.
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I enjoyed last week’s Six Sentence Sunday posts so much I’m in again. I’ll continue with another snippet from my YA novel Seaside Sorcery, this time from the hero’s POV. (My chapters alternate in this story.) So here’s Ty’s reaction to meeting Coral…a teenage witch he’d like to see more of.
Her hair fascinated him, its shells and the ones in her necklace, and below that…whoa. Clearly, she wasn’t afraid of being different.
He shook his head. What had gotten into him? She was just a witch, like any other in Tern Bay. Or was she?
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