Sunday, December 30, 2012

Taryn Raye's #sixSunday~ Abandoned

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Welcome Sixers! Can you believe this year is nearing it's end? It seems only yesterday we were just getting started. 

As always, for those who might not know here's what 6 Sentence Sunday is all about-

Pick six (6) sentences from anything you like (it can be from a Work in Progress (WiP), something you recently sold, something you hope to sell or even something already under contract and available for purchase – and don’t worry, Six Sentence Sunday is for published AND unpublished writers). Then post them on your blog on Sunday. That’s all there is to it!

You can add yours link to their official list by signing up before midnight the Saturday beforehand, but for any who are familiar with it, you probably already know they will be shutting down soon and there will be no more Six Sentence Sundays. That's not to say I won't still continue to share a little something on Sundays and I'm thinking seriously of just changing it up a little and calling it Sexy Snippit Sundays, or something like that.

Heading back into my currently unpublished contemporary romance, Love by Design which I'm going to get to work on editing and polishing as soon as life around here gets back to our normal routine after New Year, when the kids get back to school and I have a quiet house in which to work. ;) ~



Jasmine’s hand reached her lips. They still tingled from the passion of Derrek’s kisses. They felt swollen and tormented…and abandoned.

Her heartbeat pounded in her ears and her breath jagged on the exhale. Panic filled her.

What had she been thinking to let it go this far?


If you missed previous Six Sunday posts from Love by Design and would like to check them out, look at the top of the page in my pink tabs for SSS Posts where you can easily find links to each previous post.   

3 comments:

Amy said...

Ah... regret! Something tells me she won't be regretting it for long! Looking forward to reading this book, Taryn!
Amy Durham

Paloma Beck said...

That feeling of loss can only mean one thing... love! Enjoyed your six. :)

S E Gilchrist said...

Love her internal conflict. Agree, it can mean only one thing, love.