Hi! Welcome to another Weekend Writing Warrior and Snippet Sunday round. Every week writers post 8-to-10 sentences on their blogs from a published or unpublished book. Then we "hop" around and leave comments on each other's snippets. Whether our work is already published or in progress, the helpful comments help us become stronger writers on our next WIP. We welcome EVERYONE's comments.
A long, long time ago I shared a few snippets from my Paranormal Romantic Suspense, Karma Visited (only 5) - and we didn't get a full taste of this story. Since I am working on a sequel and revisiting the story for myself, I'm sharing more with you and soaking up your comments.
Do you believe in karma? Annie Furman has a gift that allows her, while she sleeps, to visit people in their time of need - but who will be there for her when she needs help? Undersheriff Dave Turner is investigating a series of home invasions and homicides. He has no idea that solving this case will lead him to the woman of his dreams.
Annie gets an unexpected visit from Sherry Pulaski, a local town activist and someon who Scott has not hidden his dislike..
Creative editing alert! Here are seven lines...
Sherry Pulaski walked into the house without invitation, “we need to talk, do you by any chance have a pot of coffee up?”
Scott had made his feelings about this woman very clear and told her not to involve herself in any of Pulaski’s causes.
Sherry was filling the coffee pot with water as Annie reached the kitchen door.
“Honey, your hubby wants to run for a position on our little ol’ town board, he keeps avoiding me so I need you to catch his ear.”
“I really don’t get involved with politics, Sherry,” Scott wouldn’t listen to her anyway.
“What this power company is looking to do is criminal, you know what everyone has always said about electrical fields — they cause cancer and other health problems.”
Sherry kept rambling, “the property that they wanted was too expensive, folks were living there who had no intention of selling, but now a lot of these people are being forced to move out for this mall.”
Sherry looked at Annie’s puzzled expression, “your husband is one of the investors of the mall project.”
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