Today (Sunday, June 3rd), I am participating in Six Sentence Sunday, a “branch child” of Sara Brookes. In February 2010, Sarah posted six sentences of her work in progress (WIP). Since then, this incredible idea has grown immensely, and I am currently #153 on the list of this week’s participants.
This is a first for me. I am unlocking my dream and allowing you to take a peek 🙂 . There is no title for my story. I have only just begun writing Samara’s story. She is the one directing me and look forward to wherever we end up 😉 .
I look forward to your thoughts. 😉
And now, my story. This is taken from my WIP (work in progress) via the Prologue.
I clench my fingers into a fist, and hold the slivers of willow and down in my palm. I cling tightly to my remains, ignoring the sting as the wooden slivers and my jagged fingernails embed themselves into my skin. I can feel no pain. I wonder if I will wake up this time. I almost hope I don’t. I can sleep forever.