Six Sentence Sunday March 20


It’s time again for Six Sentence Sunday. Every week participants post six sentences from something they are writing – or have written. It’s a lot of fun and a great way to meet new writers!

Be sure to check out the other great participants, and thanks so much for stopping by!

 Change of pace – No more, for now, crazy Chester or his wife Priscilla.

The snippet today is from The Devil’s Mistress  –  series of short stories. Today I start at the end of the first story and how they meet.

How did we meet?

          One day while walking down a quiet residential street in my neighbourhood, a small incident caught my attention.

          A car had swerved and run into a hydro pole.

          Quick as a wink, I whipped out my cell to call 911 when I noticed a glimmer of light close to the vehicle.

           I scrunched   up my eyes, hoping to understand what I had seen and  turned my head and quickly turned it back, as I could not believe my eyes.

          A man, a very good looking,  well dressed man, in his 30s, was doing something close to the car.

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38 Responses to Six Sentence Sunday March 20

  1. i am a fan of these stories, so yay! 😀

    okay, I admit, I’m a fan of Sue writing in general, but you know 😉

    • Sue says:

      when I went to write these lines I noticed that all started with “I” so had to change them. Did that with some of the other submissions as well. This six sentence exercise is good to clean up the writes. And thank you 🙂

  2. Great six sentances..I wonder what was he doing?

  3. Ooh, what was he doing?

  4. Sarah Grimm says:

    Interesting six! What is he doing?

  5. J.C. Martin says:

    Ooh, what was that good-looking man doing? Intriguing 6. I kinda stumbled on the phrase “Quick as a wink”, though. It just didn’t seem like something that character would say, although it’s probably not fair for me to form an opinion of your character in just 6 sentences.

  6. I’m curious to know more about the sparkle of light and what this man was doing.

    I agree with J.C. “Quick as a wink” sounds magical as if the cell phone was summoned to the characters hand. not sure if that’s what you’re trying to portray or not.

  7. Lynne Murray says:

    Love the Devil’s Mistress title! Intriguing six!

  8. Graylin Fox says:

    You know what I think he’s doing, and I blame it on the other writers in this group making my mind dirty every weekend. *innocent look*

  9. Mina Carter says:

    LOL, have to agree. I want to know what he’s doing!

  10. ohhh attention grabbed, what was he doing…and what was the sparkle of light. Hmmm

  11. Cate Masters says:

    Intriguing! Caught my attention too. 🙂

  12. Lindsay says:

    Yes, what’s he doing? Inquiring minds want, hell, demand to know. You’re going to give us more next Sunday. Right

  13. I’m definitely wondering what he is, and what he’s up to.

  14. What a very intriguing set-up. It sure makes me curious about what could be going on from the wreck, to the people in the car, to the man being seen.

  15. Lauri J Owen says:

    The sparkle of light has caught me!

  16. Dee Carney says:

    I want to hear more about him!

  17. bluerose says:

    I think I might know what he’s doing, but then I’m cheating, because I’ve read another piece from The Devil’s Mistress. The one that took place in New Orleans. 😀

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