Sunday, October 30, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday & Denny's Eye Candy - Week 13


Ian Somerhalder (Lost, The Vampire Diaries) snagged from the Internet by Denny S. Bryce 


Six Sentence Sunday returns after a brief hiatus and some reminders on the rules. But I'm still sharing the WIP about a vampire FBI agent struggling to keep a promise to a witch...
Gideon didn’t want to listen. The bits of information the deputy shared had little to do with what he was looking for. If the man didn’t scream witch, sorcerer or worse, Gideon could care less. Besides, how many times in the past ten years had he sat in a car heading toward a dead body? Most of the time there was nothing supernatural about the killings. Just some deranged human collapsing from the weight of their own fragile sanity.
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9 comments:

  1. Wonderful six sentences! I wish you a ton of sales with your books! Happy Sunday and Happy Halloween!

    Stephanie Adkins
    http://stephanieadkins.blogspot.com/

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  2. Very cleanly written....enjoyed your Six :)

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  3. Fantastic six! Love your writing style. :)

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  4. That's a fantastic last line; reveals so much about the MC.

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  5. Wonderfully clear and still evocative. Great six!

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  6. fragile sanity.. but vamps are always sane :D

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  7. I love the sound of this! Thanks for sharing :)

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  8. This is great set-up. I love how much it tells you about the character's personality and mindset. Great six!

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  9. Thanks folks for all of your comments. I love Gideon - he's a complicated guy - he was before he got turned into a vampire, and through the centuries he's only grown more complex, but he's also arrogant and self-absorbed - so his disdain is a rationale reaction in his mind to all kinds of killers and killings he's seen in his absurdly long life.

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