Six Sentence Sunday – 8/19/2012

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Happy Sunday,

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This six is a continuation of last week’s entry.

It comes from a very short story I wrote for a flash fiction contest, which I have won in the past, although not this time.  I liked the characters quite a bit though and I want to develop them.  It’s now an untitled work in progress, which I hope will grow and become something bigger.


The warlock continued carving the marble block with his enchanted knife, a dragon’s shape beginning to form.  The blade glowed a faint, frozen blue each time it struck the stone.

“You can’t stay quiet forever”, the warlock said.


“I’ll eventually force you to speak…and to love me”, he said.

The warlock put the knife down, and turned in his chair, towards his prisoner.

 As always, feel free to leave a comment or a correction.  I welcome all criticism and use it to get better.

See you next Sunday!



7 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday – 8/19/2012

  1. Dee Carney says:

    Ooh! Now that’s intriguing!

  2. The mind boggles… wish I could have more than six. 🙂

  3. Ooo, the silent treatment! Super six!

  4. Elin Gregory says:

    A prisoner being told to love him. I can’t see this going well. 🙂 good for readers, though.

  5. Ahh, we are getting closer to finding out who is in the chair. And the sculpture is a dragon; very nice. Holding my breath until next week!

  6. Frank Fisher says:

    I love how you have a warlock in this story – readers would certainly love it! I’m a little confused about the prisoner wanting the warlock to love him, though. Good six overall!

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