Happy Six Sentence Sunday! I enjoyed participating so much my first week that I’m back for more. I decided to stick with the same WIP from last week (Ghosts Don’t Wear Silk Stockings) and fast forwarded a bit into the story. Here I leave you with a brief interaction between Brianna and her ghost-friend, Greer. She’s just had a run-in with something rather unpleasant and seems to think that Greer should have been there a tad sooner…
“This is the thanks I get for saving your life?”
“Took you long enough.”
“I was busy.”
“Busy? You’re a ghost. What on earth could you possibly have to do that’s more important than haunting me?”
Thank you for indulging me for a few sentences. I look forward to sharing more next week. 🙂
Happy Father’s Day to all the dads!
5 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday”
Brilliant! I love that she thinks she’s the centre of his world but actually she isn’t.
LOL! I can’t wait to hear his answer. This is a gem!
Thank you, Karen and Mae. 🙂 It’s been a fun story to write.
I never thought a conversation with a ghost could go this way, unless you were speaking to Casper. 😉 And for a ghost to be insulted, and the living person to be so melancholy about it. That’s good stuff. 😉 Love the dialog, Stephanie.
Thanks, M.L.! And thanks for checking out my blog, too. 🙂