Six Sentence Sunday is open to all writers. Just pick a six sentence passage from anything you’ve written—published, unpublished, whatever—and post it on your blog on Sunday.
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With a little help from her fellow librarians and the Pressman, Clyota has avoided whatever nastiness the bad guys had planned, but the Library isn’t the safe place they need.
Luckily, Charlie, Clyota’s desk partner, has an idea.
I couldn’t fit it into the six, but as they leave for the deli across the street to wait, one of Clyota’s co-workers recognizes the Pressman—it turns out that her sister just joined the Press Corps and is a huge fan.
Clyota is bemused that Reynard has groupies. Reynard is more interested in Patricia’s comments about Clyota’s own fan club.
“Charlie should be here in a few minutes,” I said, to fill the silence.
“He seems willing to drop everything to assist you,” said the Pressman, stirring half the sugar dispenser into his coffee.
“He’s my partner,” I said, rolling my eyes, “and that’s all he is.”
“Others,” said the Pressman, lifting the cup to his lips without taking his lens from me, “appear to think otherwise.”
“You mean Patricia? Yes, well, her sister thinks you’re a god, so dementia clearly runs in the family.”
You may already know that one of our sixers, Wendy Russo, has a book coming out soon, set in the Royal City of Columbia.
While I was trying to contact Wendy about her blog tour, my message was rerouted and I somehow ended up interviewing the intriguing King Hadrian, instead.
So if you’d like to see how I embarrassed myself in front of extremely attractive royalty, I’m posting the transcript tomorrow.
First ♦ Second ♦ Third ♦ Fourth ♦ Fifth ♦ Sixth
Seventh ♦ Eighth ♦ Ninth ♦ Tenth ♦ Eleventh ♦ Twelfth ♦ Thirteenth
Fourteenth ♦ Fifteenth ♦ Sixteenth ♦ Seventeenth
Eighteenth ♦ Nineteenth ♦ Twentieth ♦ Twenty-first ♦ Twenty-second
Twenty-third ♦ Twenty-fourth ♦ Twenty-fifth ♦ Twenty-sixth
Twenty-seventh ♦ Twenty-eighth ♦ Twenty-ninth ♦ Thirtieth
Thirty-first ♦ Thirty-second ♦ Thirty-third ♦ Thirty-fourth ♦ Thirty-fifth
Thirty-sixth ♦Thirty-seventh ♦ Thirty-eighth ♦ Thirty-ninth
Fortieth ♦ Forty-first ♦ Forty-second ♦ Forty-third
Forty-fourth ♦ Forty-fifth ♦ Forty-sixth ♦ Forty-Seventh
Forty-Eighth ♦ Forty-ninth ♦ Fifty ♦ Fifty-one
Fifty-two ♦ Fifty-three ♦ Fifty-four ♦ Fifty-five ♦ Fifty-Six