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FICTION FRIDAY 12/30/2016

2,549 Words

10-12 Minute Read


Hello and welcome to Fiction Friday, where I share some of my writing. This week’s post is a response to  Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie Wordle #135 “December 26th, 2016” writing challenge. The words I used: Sound | Terminal |Rum Cull | Knife |Gutter | Fabric | Discolor | Gloss | Jackboot | Passal |Stroke | Impatience

This is a continuation of a previous Wordle post. Click this link to read the previous chapter. 

This week’s entry:

Cori felt nothing underneath her. She knew her eyes were open but still she could see nothing but blackness. She reached out her arms and legs and touched nothing. Continue reading FICTION FRIDAY 12/30/2016

Thursday Thoughts

Armstrong The Bone Collector - Original by iClassicalCom, on FlickrI have finished The Bone Collector! When I picked up from where I left off last week  the suspense really started to amp up. The victims the murderer kidnapped were a mother and daughter, which raised the stakes. But with Lincoln Rhyme on the case the perp had no chance. If you only watch the movie you really miss out on the depth of the relationship between Lincoln and Amelia that added to the suspense and anticipation of what would happen next. The ending was completely different from the movie, which is the movies loss. To put it plainly, the movie is a simplistic version of the book with some plot changes.
Check out how I rated the book below:

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