Six Sentence Sunday
I’m back for more Six Sentence Sunday! Go the the main site linked in the logo title for more great sixes.
I skipped more of the flowery perfume lines from last week but this takes up right where we left off with Poppy and Sam. You can catch that post here before we move on. G’head. I’ll wait.
Back so soon? Great. Here’s the new six from HOME from The Wild Rose Press. I hope you like it. Personally, I love her attitude. 🙂
Now she stood, hands propped on skinny hips, tapping one black-and-white saddle shoe-clad foot impatiently. “Well?”
Before Sam could think what to say, she shook her head full of springy black curls and knelt to gather vegetables, toothpaste, and toothbrush, along with several other items, in her small hands. “Get me a fresh bag, would ya, honey?”
Finally coming to the realization Poppy wasn’t going away, Sam accepted the new brown paper bag the cashier mutely offered. His eyes avoided the people watching him—the man from the local newspaper office, and Mrs. Deever with her two youngsters.
There you have it. It just gets better from here but I’ll have to let you read the story since it’s a novella and too much… You get the idea. 😉 Thanks for coming by the ranch today!
Posted on 04/08/2012, in my writing, Promotion, Six Sentence Sunday, The Wild Rose Press and tagged #TWRP, Calisa Rhose, Debut book, HOME, Pen of the Dreamer, Tales of the Scrimshaw doll, The Wild Rose Press. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.
Great six sentences. Make the reader want to know the rest of the story.
Thank you all for coming by! My internet was down all day and I’m just now able to come into my own site, much less any others! Grrrr! Lol I will absolutely check your sixes out tomorrow! Thanks for coming by. I love ya’ll! 🙂
I want to know more about Sam and Poppy! Great Six!
Poppy is a great character!! Fantastic six!
I just finished this book on Friday…a truly enjoyable read. I loved Sam and Poppy!
I think I like Poppy too. and I love his reaction, like he isn’t quite sure what to make of her. Great six.
I love Poppy! Well done!