Category Archives: Weekend Writing Warriors

Almost Normal Snippet – a new lead

It’s Weekend Writing Warriors Sunday again! I’m switching books this week to my urban fantasy suspense/thriller, Almost Normal. Sierra Swift is a detective with a secret on the trail of a serial killer. Not only does she have to stop him before he can kill again but she also has to make sure her suspicious partner doesn’t learn the truth about her.

     Another CSU tech hurried over with two evidence bags.  “We found two different types of hair this time,” the tech said.

     They’d only found one type of hair on the last victim.  Maybe they were about to get lucky.

     “Can you tell us what they are?” Sierra asked.

     The tech shrugged.  “Just by looking at them one looks like it’s human hair.  The other one maybe some sort of animal.”

As always, I’d love to know what you think of these.

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Cindy

Reflections – In search of a weapon

It’s Weekend Writing Warrior Sunday again! I’m continuing almost where I left off last week. Lena and Margo ran from the guys and are in search of a way to break the curse.

     Not quite convinced she was right fear coursed through her. Still, they had no choice. She held up her phone and used the light from the display to search the room for a weapon. Any weapon. If they couldn’t get out of here before the guys found them they wouldn’t like the outcome.
     “Help me look for a weapon,” Lena said.
     Margo pulled out her phone and swept the room. “There’s nothing here.”

As always I’d love to hear what you think.

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Until next time…

 

Cindy

Reflections – A plan to break a curse

It’s another Weekend Writer Warriors Sunday! This snippet takes place a little after Margo finds her boyfriend dead.

     Â    Lena pushed through the darkness never once letting go of Margo’s hand.  Her heart broke for her best friend.  If they were right Mirror Steve had killed the real Keith.  She had to read the curse again, make sure what she intended to do would work.  The thought made her skin crawl.  But she had to get Brody and Steve back.  If the guys followed them to the basement and she was wrong she and Margo were as good as dead.  She didn’t want to be sucked into a mirror, trapped, watching an imposter live her life.

As always I’d love to hear what you think.

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Until next time…

Cindy

Reflections – A dead boyfriend


This is my first time participating in Weekend Writing Warriors. I love that I can share eight sentences instead of six. This snippet continues where one of the previous snippets left off. Margo arrives back in her room expecting her boyfriend to be waiting for her.

     A foot poked out from behind the left side of the bed, next to the bathroom. She rushed over.
     “Keith!”
     His eyes were open but the light in them was gone. She knew before she touched him that he was dead. A sob escaped her. Her hands shook as she reached out to him. He couldn’t be dead.

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Until next time…

Cindy