Six Sentence Sunday

What number are we on? I’ve lost track. Any-whoo, the past few weeks I’ve been showcasing snippets from my book Second Death. Just in case you’re getting bored with that, (which I hope you’re not,) I decided to do something new.

Today, we have… drum roll please…. the first Six Sentence Sunday featuring a preview of the sequel! Tentatively titled Second Life, here’s a little teaser. This has yet to be thoroughly edited, so if there’s something obnoxiously wrong, it should be fixed eventually. Just thought I’d mix it up a little.

Now for one important fact:

****THIS PREVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK!!****

Everybody ready? Okay, here we go!

 

In an instant, Ben had covered the distance between them and had Mike by the throat with his right hand.

“Let me make a few things plain to you, boy,” the vampire said through clenched teeth. “Claire asked me to make sure you survived. She said nothing about suffering quips from a petulant child. I would not want to let her down. Would you?”

 

Hehehehehe. Did you like it? I feel so evil giving you a taste of something unfinished. Then again, maybe it will satiate those of you that are about ready to give me a lobotomy in search of a sequel. Please comment if you want to hear more sneak peeks or if you would rather me not be a tease.

Thank you all so much for visiting every Sunday, for your wonderful and insightful comments, and most of all thanks to everyone who makes Six Sentence Sunday possible!

For more from other Six Sentence Sunday authors, click here.

To read reviews of Second Death, click here.

You can purchase Second Death from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Smashwords.

 

Happy reading, happy writing!

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