Weekend Writer Warrior 8/31

The Weekend Writing Warriors blog hop is a weekly event in which writers are invited to share eight sentences from one of their works for other writers, readers and random bloggers to read, critique and comment on. Visit their site by clicking on the button below for a list of other participating writers and share the love!

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Today’s WeWriWa is from The Last Hour of Gann, picking up on the rooftop with Meoraq where Wednesday’s Hump Day Hook left off and concluding the scene with tomorrow’s Sunday Sneak Peek. Fear not, as I’m not done yet with my final round of edits, there will be a new scene starting up on next week’s WeWriWa, so feel free to catch up if you’re just joining me, and don’t forget to leave a comment if you want to enter my Gann Giveaway! One lucky winner will be drawn just as soon as I’m ready for the book to go live. You can keep an eye on my progress with the Work-In-Progress widget in the sidebar. Just remember that, like all my books, The Last Hour of Gann contains graphic violence and strong sexual content, so if you want to enter the drawing, you have to tell me so each and every time you leave a comment. Thanks for reading!

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They watched. Another hour was tolled and the fire waved, feebly but still with some life, as it slipped lower and lower.

“He has set a mighty banner,” the abbot remarked, “but for whose eyes, I wonder?”

Meoraq flattened his spines. The elderly priest gazed benignly straight ahead and did not acknowledge his narrow glance.

“I should have journeyed on to Tothax many days ago,” Meoraq admitted at length.

The abbot bent his head at a polite angle, flexing his spines forward with interest. “Perhaps the message is meant for you.”

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14 responses to “Weekend Writer Warrior 8/31

  1. High level synopsis of Gaan, how close am I?

    ‘Human crashes on a highly evolved alien planet. Embarks on a Homer-like journey.’

    Thank you for the snippet. May I have an entry please.

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