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’d also like to thank Dee Carney for some assistance with this week’s post.  Check out her page here.

“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.
 



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12 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday – 1/22/2012

  1. Graylin Fox says:

    Now I have to go back and read the start of this! Great six.

  2. Oh no. Terrible thing to walk onto. I think I would have SCREAMED!

  3. Rebecca Hart says:

    Very intriguing six. Definitely has me curious hat happened to poor Father Joe.

  4. Ooohh! I love a good horror novel! Can’t wait to see the finished product!

  5. Eeeeeep! I love how you finished.

  6. Ryan says:

    I like the way you bring out the complexity of emotions Jason’s experiencing. Great foreboding in this scene.

  7. Jean Davis says:

    Well that was unexpected! Great six!

  8. Alix Cameron says:

    You have me hooked, great six!

  9. Engaging – it’s the first time I’m visiting your site. I have to ask – are you of Maltese origin?

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