Another month has gone by and we’re into November. All I can say is yikes! Too much to do this time of the year.
Yes, I’m doing NaNoWriMo. Again, even though I’m working on another story. I’m being brave… or crazy. Or both. But then again, most people who tackle NaNo are a bit nuts in the head.
Anyway, I thought I’d share a little bit of what I’ve done so far for my six. And please be forewarned that none of this is edited as that’s a no no when it comes to NaNo.
She had to get away.
Becca slipped out through the kitchen, past the uniformed waiters and catering staff who’d set up shop in the big room and out the French doors to the wide terrace. She sucked in a deep breath of fresh, cool air and listened to the commotion from the kitchen. Before she could think too much about it, she headed off the terrace and down to the barn, the one place where she thought she’d get some peace.
She should’ve known this would happen, the crowd of people who probably only showed up out of curiosity, like she was some kind of freak show. Was this how her father had to live the last four years?
I think for the rest of November I’ll post my six from my NaNo project. I really hope I can make it to the end of the month and finish my 50k!!
Check out the other awesome Six Sentence Sunday entries!
See ya’ll next week!
15 thoughts on “SIX SENTENCE SUNDAY-November 4th”
Oooh. Great start, Ceri. I’m intrigued already.
Thanks Callie! I hope to keep it that way! 🙂
No editing? Ooops…I forgot that part.
This makes me sympathetic to what’s happening with her.
Yeah, no editing. I hope my sentences don’t come out too atrocious. Thanks for stopping in!
A very intriguing six! I want to know more. 🙂
Thanks Jessica! Hope you will. 🙂
Ooh, very interesting 🙂
Intriguing six, Ceri – look forward to reading more!
I like the setup, definitely leaves me wanting to know more about her and her father – excellent excerpt!
I look forward to reading more. Great start.
NaNo–I haven’t given it a try, but both my daughters are participating in the madness this year. They’re excited and driven to compete with each other. lol This is a good thing since in the past they have chatted about writing a book, but never finished one. I’m looking forward to seeing what they come up wiht!!
Thanks Karen. I love doing NaNo. I’ve been doing it for years, though the past few years I’ve given up without finishing. Good luck to your daughters! A little friendly competition is great to motivate! My daughter is trying it this year too. 🙂
This elicits definite sympathy and makes me want to know more! Good luck with NaNo!
Interesting start–makes me wonder what kind of fame (or notoriety) he father has, and why she’s suddenly part of it.
This is a crazy time of year — and it only gets worse! Found your six very intriguing. I’m one of the curiosity seekers too!
Intrigues me, Ceri! Good luck Nanoing!