Six Sentence Sunday

Several of you asked if my book is a modern day retelling of a fairy tale. It is, but from the stepmother’s point of view – the wicked stepmother, of course, because what other kind is there? Following in the heels of last week’s post, Abbey is home from her honeymoon and about to set the tone for her relationship with stepdaughter Sara.

Six Sentence Sunday is a blogging experience where participant post six sentences from something they’re working on or something they’ve published. You can visit their site to check out the other participants or to join in the fun.

To purchase an ecopy of my book, you can go to Amazon, Barnes & Noble or Smashwords. To purchase a paperback, you can go to Amazon

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The door slammed shut and I threw the car into reverse.

I should note at this point in the two decades I’ve been driving, I’ve never had an accident (though I did bump into a parked car, but that doesn’t count), I’ve never gotten a ticket and I’ve never been pulled over by the police for any reason. Not that this excuses what happened; I just wanted that on the record.

I backed up until I heard a piercing scream. I hit the brakes and turned around to see Sara was not in the car! She was still outside and I had run over her foot!

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