Six Sentence Sunday – 1/29/2012

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We make some progress in the meeting between Jason and Sam, and we’ve finally discovered what happened to Father Joe.  Here’s another six.

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“No”, Jason said, dropping to one knee at the base of the steps.

Immediately he checked Father Joe’s pulse.  Nothing.  Jason peered back up at Sam with tears glimmering in his eyes.

“You did this”, Jason said.

Sam held the banister and grinned.

I like where it’s going, and I hope you do too.  As always, feel free to leave a comment or a correction.  I welcome all criticism and use it to get better.

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Rob

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Six Sentence Sunday – 1/22/2012

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The tension is building as Sam is leading Jason into the unknown.  This is a continuation of my WIP “The Devil’s Angel”.  If this six feels random, feel free to read the prior posts which are the build up of this scene over the last few months.

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“I don’t want to answer that right now Jason”, Sam said.

Jason’s fear began to build into frustration. He was unhappy with the lack of answers he was getting.
 
He walked through the corridor towards the rear of St. Basil’s and took the stairs which led to the exit. Hand on the brass banister, he trotted down the steps until he noticed the body of the old man at the base of the stairs. Still lying in a pool of blood, eyes wide open.
 



Six Sentence Sunday – 1/15/2012

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Jason and Sam are still feeling each other out in this WIP called “The Devil’s Angel”.

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Sam smiled and gestured towards the door of the office that Jason had just come in through.

“I have a car outside, we’ll need to stop by your house so that you can pick up a few things”, Sam explained.

Jason’s mind raced with thoughts of escape, should he grab the doorknob and run for his life?

“Don’t try running Jason, I think you know I can find you”, Sam said.

Jason shuddered and immediately became dejected, his eyes sunk and his shoulders slumped as he turned to the door and opened it, leading the way out to the church’s rear parking lot.

“Please just tell me why you want me”, Jason said.

Six Sentence Sunday – 1/08/2012

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It’s been a few weeks since I’ve worked on the story of Jason Salvo and his newly found acquaintance, Sam.  Unfortunately the holidays took up a huge chink of my time, but here in 2012 I plan to continue this WIP and of course, get it completed.  I hope you are enjoying it, and I’d love to read your comments.  If you also have an entry, I’ll absolutely read it and drop a line.

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“I don’t understand”, Jason said.

“There’s so much to explain Jason, and I don’t really have the time right now, we’ll need to get going”, Sam told him.

Sam extended his arm and placed his pale hand on Jason’s left shoulder.  

Jason immediately felt very cold, and he shivered slightly and wondered if it was the cold that shook him or the fear that had built inside his belly.

He closed his eyes and held his breath for a moment, then let it out slowly.

“Where are we going?”, Jason asked.

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Rob