And now he was here, helping Chloe cope with her mother’s downturn. It had never occurred to him not to come. It was the right thing to do. She was holding up admirably, he had decided. Despite her fears and anxieties over her mothers’ health, she was still coping, still found some inner reserve of strength, had comforted him over his own loss as he had comforted her.He had never met anyone like her. And now she was contending with the unthinkable.
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Getting Lucky In Seven Different Ways
There's been a meme going around online for a little while now among bloggers. It's called the Lucky Seven Meme. The idea behind it is simple. You go to the seventy seventh page of your manuscript, and go down seven lines. Then you copy the next seven sentences of your manuscript. We thought we'd try this ourselves today, and so after counting pages and such, we found it. At least we think so. We do tend to get carried away with ourselves, you know. The following is a brief passage from Same Time Tomorrow. Enjoy it, and let us know what you think!