Six Sentence Sunday


Osiyo~

Once more! I have been enjoying 6 Sentence Sunday for about two months now and haven’t run out of lines to share. That’s a great thing people. LOL Whether it’s your first time here or your fiftieth, welcome! I’m doing another 6 from Healing Whispers, my horse whisperer story I’ll be resubmitting once I’ve had a chance to revise it some later this year. I hope you enjoy my sample this week when I’m sharing a peek of why Tanner has his work cut out for him.

Men were—men—as far as she was concerned. They were good workers; she even had male friends, but not in the respect women typically thought of men. She knew from experience that if you gave them an inch, they invariably tried to take the whole shebang—and personally, she didn’t have a shebang left to offer. Not when her own uncle and cousin were after her horse.

They were trying to take her ranch from her a piece at a time since she wouldn’t lie down and give up the fight, sticking their fingers in whenever they saw an opening. So she made sure not to leave any openings. 

I love this woman! Thanks for coming by and I hope you’ll hop over to check out some of the other participating authors by clicking on the logo at the top of this post.

Dodadagohvi~

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About Calisa Rhose

I'm a mother of three daughters and wife to a wonderful man of 30+ years. I'm also an avid seamstress, polymer clay artisan and diehard crafter always coming up with things to make with, and for, my six granddaughters. Check out my craft site https://lisasfancifulallure.wordpress.com/ when you have a moment. I'm a published author of sensual romance. I write about stubborn men and women who don't take no for an answer, and there's always that golden HEA. Cowboys and first responders are my favorite contemporary heroes to write about. My light paranormal heroes are strong men ready to protect their women--not that they need protecting.

Posted on 07/15/2012, in Blogs, Branding, my writing, Pen of the Dreamer, Promotion, Welcome and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 35 Comments.

  1. I liked your six sentence sunday. I just posted mines check it out.
    http://www.soniawrites.com/2012/07/six-sentence-sunday-brushing-teeth.html

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  2. What a strong woman! And your writer voice shines here! Great six.

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  3. She is certainly right about men being…men! So glad she’s putting up a fight too. She’s my kind of heroine! Great six.

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  4. I always enjoy your six sentence Sunday, because it helps me notice ways I can improve my own work. Thank you!

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    • Being from the south, I have slang galore so that must mean I’m an emotion-ridden author! 😆 I’m so glad my writing can help someone else. That’s important to me and that it helps someone with a Bang Out book like you- well that’s just icing on the cake. Thanks A.Y.!

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  5. The “she didn’t have a shebang left…” is a terrific phrase! Slang tossed in now and then can elicit an explosion of emotions.

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  6. I’m a day late, but hey I’ve still got my shebang. Loved it!!! Super six, Calisa. I love this woman and can readily identify with her. I think she’s a heroine your readers will love, simply love. Well done!

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  7. I loved the part about her “not having a shebang left to give.” I’ve felt like that! Great six.

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  8. Love this six! And the fact that it’s horse oriented just adds that little something extra!

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  9. Anything with horses in it (well nearly anything, anyway) gets my vote. I identified with your heroine immediately. My own motto is ‘love me, love my horses’ LOL

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  10. Sounds like one tough lady! I like her already. Great six.

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  11. I loved this. I wish the book was already out so I could add it to my TBR pile!

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  12. oooo I like this character 🙂

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  13. I love a good horse story and this sounds promising.

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  14. I love a strong woman.

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  15. Got the bit in her teeth, I think? But who will help her, I wonder? Got to hang in there, Calisa!

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  16. This sounds sooo good! I add my vote to the “shebang.” Yes, resubmit.

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  17. I love this! Your shebang usage is hilarious. Resubmit! I wanna read the rest!

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  18. “…tried to take the whole shebang—and personally, she didn’t have a shebang left to offer.” I love this line. “shebang” great word.

    I like how tough this woman is. It looks like she needs to be, too

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