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Six Sentence Sunday # 24

Had that really been just a week ago?  A wry smile tugged at her lips. Her new life was  a far cry from the sunny bungalow-on-the-beach with art-trumps-comfort furnishings she’d shared with David. Though centered on a wide tree-lined lane in

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Six Sentence Sunday # 23

“Excuse me,” Lou Ann held up a finger to the women. She met the man as he reached the bottom step, arching her back just a little so that her round bottom stuck out and her even rounder chest thrust

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Six Sentence Sunday # 22

From the moment Cherry dried her tears and set her jaw to fight, Ro had begun gleefully rushing her all over Triple Oaks and beyond. “Gatherin’ ammunition” the old woman had called it. They’d visited carpenters, roofers, tilers, and painters,

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Six Sentence Sunday # 21

Cherry  tapped her forehead lightly against the pine door frame as if to knock some sense into herself. She shouldn’t be here staring at her husband as he slept, taking the chance of being discovered, tempting herself to throw caution to the wind and touch

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Six Sentence Sunday # 20

He reached for the coin.  His fingers never touched it.   With the flick of his wrist the gentleman sent the coin sailing into the air.  It tumbled among the snowflakes, flashing metallic among the white. But this time the gentleman

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Six Sentence Sunday #18

Silently Nicholas agreed with her. He should send his friend home with his bride, but since the attack on Margaret, Leo had been keeping watch on Randall, freeing Nicholas to stalk a more dangerous predator.  Not that he’d been terribly

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Six Sentence Sunday #17

Wispy clouds drifted loose in a sky made starless by the full moon. The scents of soil and the tender green plants of early summer danced together on a night-cool breeze. The buzz of night insects droned in the near distance.

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