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Six Sentence Sunday

From CEOs Don’t Cry: Watching himdescend the ladder was the best part of her day.  Not that getting transferred here and spendingfour hours driving on snowy roads constituted a stellar one.  His jeans and t-shirt clung in just the rightplaces and she couldn’t help but smile back at the grin on his face.   “Problems […]

Six Sentence Sunday

From my work in progress Locations of the Heart: “He isn’t here to get married.”  She scrunched up her brow. “At least I don’t think so. He’s been married, has children, grandchildren.” Edith and Dinah gasped. “How could he?” Minnie shrugged.  “Obviously, he wasn’t pining away for me.” Also available: Sucker for a Hot Rod (ebook) Astraea […]

Six Sentence Sunday

From my work in progress Locations of the Heart: “Family business?  What do you thing he’s looking for?  What if he tries to dispute the sale of The Bower? What do you think he was investigating at the Register of Deeds?” asked Minnie.  Edith dropped her sandwich on her plate.  “Do you think we can […]

Six Sentence Sunday

From my work in progress Locations of the Heart: Rachel arrived at their table and flipped their sturdy brown coffee mugs over.  “Just decaf today, ladies, or half and half?” She held the orange-rimmed carafe poised over Minnie’s cup. “It’s a half and half day,” Edith said.  “Any day that Gordon Anderson is in town […]

Six Sentence Sunday

From my work in progress Locations of the Heart: Minnie opened her mouth to say ‘Welcome to the Lilac Bower,’ but stopped before she made it to the second syllable, clapped her mouth shut and slammed the door. The slam wasn’t loud enough. Nor did it rattle the plastic skeleton hanging on the back of […]

Six Sentence Sunday

Spark plug wires were still connected to the engine. She followed one of the blue spark plug wires to whatever they went to. Bryce hadn’t explained that one to her. The other end of the wire wasn’t connected to anything. Neither were the other five. That probably wasn’t good. From Sucker for a Hot Rod. ****20% off Sunday through Wednesday.  All orders […]

Six Sentence Sunday

“Dennis’ll be a happy man. Say, he said you’ve been asking about that old Pinto he’s got parked in his barn. What would you want with that hunk of junk? You’ve got a truck.”Bryce closed the access panel on the tractor and tightened the wingnuts. “I was thinking it might be a good figure-­‐‑eight car.” From Sucker for a Hot Rod.Six […]

Six Sentence Sunday

He couldn’t wait to get Judi out of his garage and out of his truck. How was he supposed to concentrate when she hung around his garage with that swaying ponytail?Ponytails always revved his imagination. His fingers itched to tug the elastic out and watch her hair tumble down around her face.He had no idea what he had done […]

Six Sentence Sunday

Judi leaned back against the tarped car and watched him work. “Don’t touch that.” Bryce pointed at her, but didn’t look up. Judi stood up straight. “What’s under here?” She tugged at the cover and glimpsed a sliver of gray primerpaint. “Are you restoring a car?” From Sucker for a Hot Rod.Six Sentence Sunday

Six Sentence Sunday

Bryce waved the torque wrench, then swung it at the Ford. It bounced off the quarter panel, leaving a dent in the fender he’d spent a week pounding and smoothing to perfection. The vibration ricocheted up his arm. He swung again. And again. The car screamed, pulled at his arms, trying to hold him off, […]