Six Sentence Sunday…

on September 12, 2010 14 Replies

Trying something different.

Every Sunday I will post six sentences from a piece of my work. Here is a quickie from my new novella “The Tantric Principle” – unpublished as of yet but almost ready to go to the publisher.

Arianna Devlin took a moment from her relaxed stance to curse fluently.  Well-versed in standard truck driver language, she applied her skills with enthusiasm.  Not that her yoga teacher would approve.  Oh, no, Grant Madison would cock his head and nod in understanding, then calmly inform her there were other outlets for her tension.  And the whole damn time she listened to him counsel her, she imagined getting rid of the stress in bed.

With him. 

Here is the link if anyone is interested in participating:

http://sixsunday.blogspot.com/p/about.html

Thanks to Taryn Kincaid for getting me hooked up with the site. Hope you enjoy.

14 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday…”

    1. jennifer121 says:

      Thanks, Taryn, you inspired me!

  1. Dee Carney says:

    LOL! That’s awesome!

    1. jennifer121 says:

      Thanks so much and I am so happy you stopped by!!!!

  2. Regina Richards says:

    Hey,Jen. Those are 6 provacative sentences to be sure.

    Six Sentence Sunday. What a great idea! I’ll check it out. Thanks!

    1. jennifer121 says:

      HI Regina,
      Would love to hear yours – you are such a fantastic writer.

  3. Love this, Jen. You are a really good writer. Can’t wait to read the whole thing.

    1. jennifer121 says:

      Thanks, Janet, that means a lot to me.

  4. Liz says:

    Nice. Can’t wait for more. If I ever get my head out of my butt I’ll give it it a try.

    1. jennifer121 says:

      Post next Sunday – we will make a movement!

  5. Wendy Marcus says:

    I don’t like six sentence Sunday. It’s not enough!

  6. Angelique Devlin says:

    I’m with Wendy.

    (oh & I like your character’s name)

    1. jennifer121 says:

      I knew you would love it! You must have been on my subconscious when I created that character – and I love her – she is hell on wheels!

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