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Saturday, July 2, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday


It's been over a month since I've participated in Six Sentence Sunday, but I'm glad to be back with an excerpt from my Work in Progress (WIP), Mrs. Zimmerman's Donuts. Knob has just met his friend Slater's mom for the first time, and he's not used to adults playing tricks.

Slater’s mom pulled a chisel-shaped knife out of an antique cabinet's top drawer and leaned her head back. With the precision of a surgeon, she gently slid the blade downward until it disappeared into her throat. Next she thrust it out with one gigantic swing. Blood covered the blade while red liquid filled her mouth. Her eyes rounded as her lips curved into a smug smile. She winked at me! 

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Paula Martin said...

Great Six! Even though I knew it was a trick, I still winced :-)

Carolyn Rosewood said...

Great six!!

Marie Dees said...

Nice six. Yikes! Great trick.

Randi Alexander said...

Yikes, I'm glad you told us it was a trick. Great six!

Bree said...

Oh, lordy!! Definitely got my attention!!

Susan Kane said...

Very tense--and I am still not so sure it is a trick. Too well done!

Alix said...

I winced too. Great six. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

I'm traumatized on his behalf!

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Patricia Preston said...

Shocking six! Very bloody. LOL

Rhonda @Laugh Quotes said...

I am also glad you told us it was a trick, otherwise I would wonder about it being a book for young people. :) Nicely done.