Weekend Writing Warriors~ As Good As Caught


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).


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.


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

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.


  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.


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

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