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Saturday, May 5, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday


Now that The Vendetta has been released, I thought I'd switch things up this week and share a snippet from my paranormal romance, inspired by true events, Four Winds Of Heaven available from Sugar and Spice Press! http://www.sugarnspicepress.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=11&products_id=82

First the blurb: Could the actions of a few brave souls have saved us all? Emily, Laura, Brian and Nick are brought together in 1999 by a series of supernatural phenomena. Then they learn that, in 1917, three children in the Portuguese town of Fatima prophesied that, at the end of the millennium, four people would have to face Satan in an apocalyptic battle. At a time when many people are questioning religion and its place in the world, Four Winds of Heaven offers a new slant on what we believe we know about good and evil and our abilities to face both within ourselves.


It was the collar she had seen out of the corner of her eye. It shouldn‟t bother her, she insisted silently. She was Catholic and had been around priests for most of her life. But it did. The admission unnerved her. Why?

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7 comments:

Dakota Trace said...

Very intriguing...if not a bit disturbing.

Dakota

Jessica Subject said...

I found it very intriguing as well. :)

Sarah Ballance said...

This is such an interesting premise, and for six sentences, this excerpt really grabs me. You never cease to amaze me with the variety and quality of your work.

Krystal Shannan said...

I really liked it!

Babette James said...

Very interesting six.

Silver James said...

Intriguing premise and I love the Fatima connection. I sense some issues getting ready to raise their ugly heads, and that's a good thing!

E. Jamie said...

@Dakota This one definitely gets gets disturbing and downright scary in places!

@Jessica Thankie muchly!

@Sarah Thanks for the wonderful compliment! I really like writing different kinds of romances!

@Krystal Thankie kindly!

@Babette Glad you enjoyed it!

@Silver I've been fascinated by the Fatima story and the whole Third Secret (still don't believe we've actually heard it or at least not all of it yet) and even took a trip to Fatima years ago! Will be blogging about that someday soon and sharing pics.