Six Sentence Sunday – The Storm Mirror


First off, apologies that I messed up last week’s Six Sentence Sunday installment so badly – first I scheduled the snip for too far in the future, didn’t notice until Sunday afternoon, and then shifted it so that it appeared below Saturday’s post. D’OH! 😦

This time I’ll take more care with the scheduling feature. I’m also going to move on from ‘Project Fast Track’ and start sharing a snip from my newest story, “The Storm Mirror.”

Father was talking with his second mate near the stern when Melvin found him. “Wouldn’t you know it, for the weather to settle down just as we make it to shore.”

“You’re okay, Father?” Melvin asked, and Father nodded curtly. “What about Alec?” He looked around the deck and the pier for his tall older brother, but it was hard to sort out anything in the dim light. “Is he down below decks?”

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6 Responses to Six Sentence Sunday – The Storm Mirror

  1. teschoenborn says:

    So where is the older brother? Did he fall over board? Great six.

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  2. Sue says:

    Love the beginnings of new stories

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  3. This could go so many ways, but I’m worried about Alec.

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  4. D'Ann Linscott-Dunham says:

    Good job! Where’s Alec?

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  5. Hi there, I’m stopping by from the YA group at the Campaign! Good to meet you 🙂

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  6. Gayle Ramage says:

    Back next week to see where this story is going. 🙂

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