Saturday, May 28, 2011

6 Sentence Sunday

For Sunday, May 29, 2011.

Here are six sentences from my current book, Wilderness Heart.

But then she realized thoughts such as these would have been so much better if they had been alone. She switched her train of thought on him straddling the log directly in front of her. The view of him sitting that way was very intoxicating in itself. Lyn wondered how much longer she could hold out before she kissed him again, or him her. “What did you want to talk about?” she asked, as she stuck out her tongue and raised her face to the sky of falling snow, trying to catch the large flakes as they fell.

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15 comments:

  1. Oh, I remember times like those! Great Six.
    Happy Sunday,
    Kris Wolfgang

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  2. You caught a moment I've experienced when she "stuck out her tongue...trying to catch the large flakes as they fell." Great six!

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  3. It sucks when you have those thoughts and you're not alone. Fantastic six!

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  4. Wonderful and descriptive. Thanks!

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  5. Maybe those snowflakes will cool her off! You did a good job of setting the scene. Good description.
    Here's my six: Sandy's Six

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  6. I like the anticipation of the next kiss. I think we've all been there.

    Best,
    Allure Van Sanz

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  7. Loved the snowflakes. :) Sounds like things might be about to get even more exciting for those two characters!

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  8. I want to thank everyone for visiting my blog and commenting on my first SSS. It was fun and think I will have to do it again next Sunday. Thanks for letting me join in the fun.

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  9. I think everyone's stuck their tongue out and tried to catch snowflakes. Lovely six!

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  10. Straddling the log got my imagination working overtime! Great six!

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  11. Welcome to SSS, Jacqueline! Loved your six. Made me think of a scene in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers with the snow and the log. Can't wait to find out what he wants to talk about!

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