Six Sentence Sunday #8

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In my YA fantasy romance Seaside Sorcery, the 16 year-old heroine Coral admits to the new boy in town that she duels illegally with the local group when her seafaring family puts to port. But how did she and her siblings learn to duel in this remote wizard enclave he asks.

“To be honest, it wasn’t dueling back then, but flying challenges. Skim the water, track a particular dolphin in a pod, hide and seek around the ship. Plus some energy ball throwing practice that, well, sometimes fell into fights. Because the others were all older, and better skilled, I had to work to perfect my control. I’d make mistakes. More than once one of them had to fish me out of the sea.”

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About Laurel Wanrow

Fantasy romance tuned to the magic of the land.

Posted on September 9, 2012, in Writing, YA Novels and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I could “see” the flying challenges. Read some of your older Six Sentences. Very, very nice.

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