Here's how to order! Uh, I mean...here's how it works.
- Go to page 77 of your current MS
- Go to line 7
- Copy down the next 7 lines as they're written-- no cheating!
- Tag 7 other writers
- Let them know!
Back in Anne’s room I ripped my top off, hung it on the doorknob, and jumped back underneath the bedclothes. Aching for Tristan, and from whatever the Change was working within me, I rocked myself back to an uneasy sleep.And now for the tagging!
Mom was a real pleasure to deal with when she picked me up Saturday morning. Surly, sarcastic, and accusatory by turns, she made the ride from New Rochelle to Mount Vernon only slightly less painful than the bacterium working its way throughout my system. It took every ounce of self-restraint I possessed (and some I didn’t) to hold my tongue and not lash out at her.
If you've been following along, you'll know I tossed my hat in the ring for Cherie Reich's 2nd Annual Flash Fiction Blogfest this week. My little romantic tale, Mom Guilt, didn't make it to the final round, but I had a blast writing it, as well as meeting other brave and creative bloggers. I thought I'd give props to 7 other participants whose stories I especially enjoyed (click on the red links below to read their groovy, fewer-than-300-words, entries):
I hope you do check them out, as they're all terrific in their own, special ways! And to the good people whom I've tagged - if you've recently been tagged with the Lucky 7 Meme thing and/or you're not up to doing it for the time being, no worries; I really just wanted to showcase your work for this blogfest! :-)