Weekend Writing Warriors~ As Good As Caught

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Welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors, a great place to share, discover and enjoy an amazing range of fiction.  This week (and the rest of June) I’ll be sharing from my upcoming release, the m/m contemporary fantasy, Betwixt and Between.  I hope to have the blurb and cover soon! Release date is June 30th.

This is from the opening chapter. Last week we watched as Ezekiel used his violin to spin a musical trap for an unsuspecting liosa (light elf).

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Ezekiel pulled some of the liosa’s essence toward him along the strings and conjured a clearer picture. Human male, slim and tasty. Ezekiel’s favorite form. The man had the dark mocha-colored eyes of a High-Wood alfar, but Ezekiel recognized no clan markings, no talismans, no link to the past. This was most excellent. No one would miss him. A fresh, unclaimed source of power, his for the taking. Even the dark queen Ysolde might not be aware of him.

The liosa held a camera and was about to take Ezekiel’s photo. He was as good as caught.

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This post is part of an ongoing blog hop hosted by Weekend Writing Warriors. Every Sunday, participating authors post ten sentences from a published work or perhaps their current work in progress. Then we hop to our fellow warriors’ blogs and check out all the fabulous fiction that’s happening! I heartily invite you to participate as a reader, writer, or both. It’s a great way to discover your next favorite book. Click here or use the address: http://www.wewriwa.com

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14 thoughts on “Weekend Writing Warriors~ As Good As Caught

  1. Ezekiel is so very NOT nice… I think. I (kind of) hope… because he makes a cool character and setting us up to sympathize eventually with a very bad guy is kind of cool.

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  2. I like how cool and calculating Ezekiel is. He seems like the interesting-evil type of character, the kind whose motivations you can understand, respect, and even sympathize with, as opposed to someone without any positive qualities.

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  3. Pingback: Weekend Writing Warriors ~ Magic Afoot | Alexis Duran

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