Good May Day to everyone out there in blog land. Unlike last Sunday, when I did 6+1+1 sentences, this week I’ve reverted back to 6. And, before you ask, I’m still just as evil. Who knows, maybe even more so.
The six I’m presenting today are a continuation of the previous two weeks. But what has me amazed, no one asked about Aimee. Oh sure, she’d fainted but after Ian was killed there were no queries as to her fate.
Well, folks here’s her fate:
With practiced skill the man slid a hypodermic needle into the unconscious young woman’s brachial artery and injected a clear fluid. After pocketing the syringe, he slung Aimee over his shoulder, like she was a sack of grain. He turned to his partner, “Delivery to the same place.”
“No, he wants her taken to the shipping location. She’s going out day after tomorrow.”
Now that you’ve enjoying, to your hearts delight these sentences. Don’t forget to look below at my Suspenseful Seven Sentence Sunday offering. And while there check out the cover for my upcoming release, Target Identified. Tentatively set for June 1, 2011
What happens here to Aimee and what you’ll read next week are fiction. Come back this Monday, May 2, to find out that the lines between fiction and reality can be crossed.
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me first !! – ok – so – he was killed and she was taken away – such a tease you are !! love it !!
But where and for what reason is she taken away. That, sue, is the question of the week.
Yep, he’s just as evil. And the cover looks GREAT.
But will we ever know who ‘he’ is?
Would you really be THAT evil and not tell us? Either way, it sounds like Aimee is heading for a peck of trouble. Great, suspenseful six! And the cover is awesome!
Oh I would be that EVIL and not tell you. And you don’t know the half, yet, of the trouble Aimee is in for. She’s, or more exactly what she’s going to be getting involved with/in, is part of the upcoming subplot to the book.
So I guess that does make me evil.
And thanks for the compliment about the cover. I think it’s awesome to.
I can’t believe none of us cared about poor Aimee. Makes us all seem heartless, huh?
Very suspenseful six here! Waiting for more 😉
Cheer up. You’ll only have to wait a week.
Ouch! Poor Aimee – great description and suspense
And the best is yet to come
She’s getting shipped? Eek. That can’t be good.
Ooooh. Creepy and suspenseful. Intriguing mystery.
Isn’t it wonderful to have creepy? Boy I love a good mystery.
Creepy six! Fantastic job!
Thanks. Yep, I’m still evil.
You are evil because that was FANTASTIC. I want more. Now.
Rebecca, patience is a virtue. Next Sunday will come in 6 days. I’m sure you can wait that long.
Yeah, that was very unsettling. People being ‘delivered’ is pretty sinister.
I am already looking forward to next week!
Creepy six, raises all kinds of intriguing questions.
And maybe the questions will be answered next week
Love how she’s nothing more than packaged goods to be delivered somewhere. Nicely done.
oh wow. very interesting!
Having some extra mystery adds something.
Oh no. Sounds like BIG trouble…
And we’re not talking Big Trouble in Little China either.
Wow, it’s clear this guy knows what he’s doing! Gripping six!
Sounds like she’s in for some trouble! Great six.
Ooh, bad guys with syringes (good guys don’t need syringes or ship out ladies like sacks of grain)–she’s in trouble now! Suspenseful six!
And it only gets better. Wait until next week.
Love your sentences, especially the first. Great six.
Day after tomorrow? What was in that syringe? Poor Aimee.
Eleri, If I understand your comment correctly, tomorrow, Monday 2 May 2011, I’ll have a special post here.
What was in the syringe? Not something you’d want.
Now I have to read it to find out what’s going on!
This particular book won’t be ready until later this year but Target Identified will be available June 1
Doesn’t look too good for poor Aimee…Will she be rescued? Can’t wait to find out what happens to her!
Maybe not rescued in this book but, yes she’ll be rescued