This is the end.
Well, I say that, but it’s not really. The end of an era, for sure, but not the end. Today Six Sentence Sunday will showcase it’s last selection of authors offering up their six sentence snippets. I’ve had a hell of a time and I’d like to say thanks to all of you who have found this blog because of this initiative. Further thanks to those of you who stuck around! It’s lovely to have you on board and I’m glad you’re still with me. As well as that I have to say a massive thank you to Sara Brookes and the rest of her crew for bringing the idea together and opening it up to so many. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed myself and I hope the future sees you all well.
For this, my last offering for Six Sentence Sunday I give you a last teasing taste of the antics of Raven, Master and Fox:
She saw Fox lick appreciatively at Master’s hand and then crawl forward. He advanced right up to the end of the sofa, shoving his head between her legs and snuffling approvingly at the moisture there.
Raven sighed softly.
Master laughed. “Dogs always know when a woman is ready,” he observed, “they always stick their noses right up a girl’s skirt.”
And that’s all you get! Until I know what’s happening to the whole tale. ^_^
Once again, thanks for joining me for the ride, also to let you know that with the end of Six Sentence Sunday I’m going to try something new.
I am very keen, at the moment, to get my work out there. To do that I need as many people as possible to see my words and I have to be unafraid (well, a little bit afraid, but not to the point of impotence) to receive critiques. The Phoenix Writers and my Tuesday class are helping with that (lots!) but there can never be to much. So! I’ve signed up to Jennifer Eaton’s Critique Blog Hop!All those involved post 250 of their WIP to their blog and then hop around offering critiques and receiving them in return. I think it’s a fabulous idea and I’m thrilled to be part of it.
The hop starts today, so there will be another post going up in a couple of hours. And Sunday’s post, going forward, will be a part of the hop. Hope to see more of you there and I hope you’ll join in too!