Once again, as it does every week for some strange and inexplicable reason, Sunday’s here.
First of all I’d like to wish all you mothers out there a Happy Mother’s Day. And to you significant others and offspring, I hope you got at least a card for your dear mother. After all, and this is for the children, she brought you into this world and she can take you out of this world. And Mom’s if you need advise don’t ask me.
Now on to more fun stuff.
My six for this week. For the past few weeks I’ve been presenting sentences showing what happened to Ian and Aimee. Today will help confirm things don’t look all that good for her. But, I can assure you, she will be saved. If not in this book then another.
When he got back, after his fishing, scouting expedition, to his quaint little cottage his mood had changed for the better. All it had taken was a phone call from Lynton. His supplier had informed him the package had been retrieved undamaged. He told the man the object should go to his new house because of the increased safety the place now provided. As soon as he hung up, he called the client to arrange for delivery and final payment. So, to celebrate he’d gone out for a few beers at his local pub.
Don’t forget to go the http://sixsunday.blogspot.com to read other great snippets.
One final note: this Tuesday will be the final episode of Fear at 250 feet. In a few weeks there’ll be another Special Agent Emily Dahill story.