6 Sentence Sunday
Welcome! If you’re returning, welcome back to another installment of 6 Sentence Sunday! Click this link or the logo to find all participants.
I’m going to continue with last week’s story choice, Healing Whispers, because I love this story and the main characters. I also love the secondary characters which is who you’ll be meeting this week.
Meet Starfire’s Comet- the reason for this book:
The horse pranced anxiously, causing Tanner to tense on high alert. The stallion stepped closer to her and after a few silent seconds she nodded slightly. Movement to the left caught his attention as a man led a bay mare into the ring near the stud.
The mare squealed her excitement at the stud’s presence, which would normally lead to breeding. It caught him slightly off guard when the woman turned the stallion toward the mare, and the Palomino promptly whirled and moved away, striking and twisting his thick body with a threatening grunt. Tanner suspected then, that the masterpiece stallion was Starfire’s Comet, the reason he was on the Star Cross ranch in Ryan, Oklahoma .
This is definitely a male with female issues. lol I hope you enjoyed this peek and return next week for another glimpse of the masterpiece HQN turned down! 🙂
Posted on 06/24/2012, in Blogs, my writing, Pen of the Dreamer, Promotion, Publishers, Six Sentence Sunday, Welcome and tagged Calisa Rhose, Healing Whispers, Pen of the Dreamer, Writing. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.
Silver, Silver… 😆
Great six today, Calisa. I remember when you first started talking about this book. 😉 It sounds like a fun “ride” now! (Not that it wasn’t before but…you know what I mean. 😆 )
Great six. I love horses. 🙂
Linda, Cera, Vonnie, Joanne, Karen and Mac- Thank you all for coming by to meet the real star of Healing Whispers. lol I enjoyed writing this book so much I did it twice! 😛 There was a little mare he was originally supposed to treat, while this guy was the four-legged hero who gets stolen. But the overall plot became to “busy” so I had to rewrite and narrow it down. He had to win since he’s the real reason for the story. 🙂
Thanks for tweeting Mac! 😀
Nice, Calisa. Who else than a horse chick to give us fascinating, four legged secondary characters?
I love animals and love their role as secondary characters. Great six!!
I agree–I love animals as secondary characters, and your knowledge of horses shines in this. Fabulous six!
As always, another fabulous six. I love secondary characters, too. They add so much, don’t they. Even more, I think, when they’re four-legged. You learn a lot about two-legged characters the way they interact with animals.
Nice six…. You know your horse stuff… As a Western writer (as Sara Walter Ellwood), I gotta love that…
Great six. Your knowledge of horses comes through really strongly in this post.