Sunday, August 4, 2013

#WeWriWa ~ Stevie-girl and the Phantom Student only #99cents ~ Enter the Rafflecopter, too!

Hello Weekend Warriors!  This week's snippet is from Stevie-girl and the Phantom Student, book two in the Phantom Series.  I've had to do some horribly creative editing to get this paragraph into 8 sentences.  See what you think...Jase and Stevie are passing by the old schoolhouse:


            Jase stopped talking and followed my gaze.  “What is it, did you see something again?”
            I shook my head; I didn’t know how to describe the awful feeling of sadness that had washed over me at the sight of the school's tall, brick arch.  “I don’t know,” I whispered.  “I didn’t see anything, but I feel something.”
            “You never finished telling me about your dream," he said.
           “There was a girl with long white hair—wild white hair—and she was standing beneath an archway just like that one.  And she was swishing back and forth like a little girl’s rag doll in the hands of a big mean bully.” 

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16 comments:

  1. Aw, poor thing, dreams can be so powerful.

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    1. Can't they? Especially nightmares...

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  2. Sounds like her dreams, her bad feeling, and the schoolhouse are connected. Nice eight.

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  3. great snippet! The part about the girl with the wild white hair at the end really had me on edge! (in a good way lol)

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    1. Thanks, Lauren. Glad to hear it, LOL.

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  4. Your description are always so spooky, as in really well done! Another excellent excerpt!

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    1. I really appreciate your comments, Veronica!

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  5. Spooky. I like their dialogue--not too grown up, you know what I mean? Good 8, Ann! :-)

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  6. Spooky snippet, Ann. Sounds like a good tale. :)

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    1. Thanks, Siobhan. Glad you stopped by!

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  7. Sounds like a scary flashback.... I'm feeling apprehensive for her! Great snippet :)

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    1. Thank you, Susan. I appreciate that!

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  8. Now the reader has to be a bit worried for Stevie and Jase - nice spooky snippet and excellent description to help me visualize it all.

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