Sunday, June 12, 2011

SSS. Splintered Energy. Sci-fi Suspence


“Good Lord, son, can’t you find pretty shells like normal people?” Aaron dropped to David’s side.


“She wasn’t completely in the water, but shouldn’t her skin be bluish? Why’s she green?”

“Maybe she’s an actress or something.”

Erotica no less, starring Aphrodite dipped in food coloring. Her skin wasn’t Exorcist-vomit pea soup, nor gingerbread-trim lime, but a soft, immature apple—almost the same shade as the shirt David wore.

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14 comments:

Cate Masters said...

The first line made me laugh. As always, your descriptions make a vivid scene, and your characters draw me right in.

Sandra Sookoo said...

LOL loved, loved, loved the dialogue! Still chuckling. Great job! Be sure to make your announcement when this one is out so I can pick it up :-)

Barbara Elsborg said...

Counting down, Arlene!!! This woman is a unique creation - thank your mum and dad!

Lisa Fox said...

That is awesome dialogue!

Carolyn Rosewood said...

Great six!

Jessica K said...

Quite a find on the beach! Wonderful dialogue. Great six.

Pippa Jay said...

lol, love this, especially the colour descriptions! And of course, we want to know what she is and why she should be blue instead of apple green. Congrats on the release.

Jessica Subject said...

So intriguing! :)

gayleramage said...

This is wonderful. Love the line about the apple. Fab six!

murdersandmysteries said...

Love that last line

Jean Davis said...

Great color description and definitely an interesting find on the beach!

Hailey Edwards said...

LOL Now that is an interesting description of her skin. Nicely done.

Alix said...

Fantastic. So Vivid, love the colour descriptions.

J.A. Beard said...

I love the exasperation of the first line. Good dialog, good description.