Wow. October already. Where has the time gone? We’ve already gone past our peak foliage, though it’s still beautiful here in New Hampshire. I’m dreading what’s in store for us next. Snow sleet cold brrrrrrrrr.
Anyway, today’s Six is from my short story, Yesterday’s Tomorrow, published and available at the low low price of 1.99 from Still Moments Publishing. Poor Lila is having a heck of a start to her morning.
“What is your problem?” The person who was not Bob asked, and her brows rose.
My problem? Where in the world did I start? I swallowed quickly and tried to speak, but my throat went unbearably dry. I croaked like a frog.
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9 thoughts on “SIX SENTENCE SUNDAY-Oct 7th”
Hmm. Intriguing. If he’s not Bob, then who is he???
He? Is he a he? LOL Thanks for coming by, Callie. 😀
If he’s not Bob, who is he? Great six!
This guy is BETTER than Bob!
Whoever the mysterious person is whom she’s speaking with…has affected her immensely. He/she makes her nervous. Good six!
Whose brows rose? Bit of ambiguity there…
I miss the New Hampshire falls, but not the New Hampshire winters. I like the “not Bob” detail. Two words that do a lot of work for your story.
heh heh. Sounds like that was the very worst question to have asked at that moment.
Yikes! Where’s Bob…or does she care at the moment? Great six, Ceri!