Sunday, October 2, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday and Denny's Eye Candy - Week 10

Actor Jason George photo snagged from Internet by Denny S. Bryce

Another Six Sentence Sunday and here's my six, still from my WIP about a vampire, a witch and a promise. This is Gideon, on the job, investigating a homicide...but he's always torn between the present and his past...
Gideon made his way down a narrow hallway to an archway leading into the kitchen, and stopped. When he still killed, he never thought about how much the living hated dying. It took Rachel’s magic to remind him. Then the faces of the people he’d butchered crawled into his memories everyday, all day long. The terror in their eyes, as vivid as the night he’d held them by the throat, fangs embedded in their flesh, draining their lives into his belly.
As he stepped into the kitchen, he saw this look in Alice Wilson’s eyes--although she was very much alive.
I'll be back later with some eye candy in case you see this before I finish...:)...eye candy up - but yes, more clothes than in prior weeks - but something about this man and his eyes, hat and attitude work for me. He also was the inspiration for a character I created in a short story called The Garden Party to debut later this month at Waterworld Mermaids...see last post for more info...


  1. So he no longer kills - how does he feed?

  2. sorry - the writing is wonderful but that was a test - my wp does not seem compatible with blogger today

  3. Intense Six...loved this line:

    When he still killed, he never thought about how much the living hated dying.

    Nice job :)

  4. Excellent job conveying his conflict. Well done!

  5. So, he's done killing? Very interesting. I want to know what happened to him. Awesome six!

  6. Oh, that last line is nice. "Draining their lives into his belly."




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