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Sunday, May 15, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday - Episode Eleven

From RESET (of course).  Continuing where we left off last week, still Lewis Hunter's POV. If you're interested in reading this scene from the very beginning, go HERE.

She pushed herself away from the counter, away from me.
"I just wondered because I've never seen any photos of this place in the archives,” she said.

“Archives?” I frowned.
“The Martinsburg Historical Society.”
Now my smile felt so ironic, I was sure she would notice. “A history buff, are you?”

The Martinsburg Historical Society HQs, right beside Belle Boyd House and across the street from the historic B&O Roundhouse.


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27 comments:

  1. "My smile felt so ironic.." Love that! I've felt that way many times. Nice six.

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  2. She's so determined to get to the bottom of this, isn't she?

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  3. I hope she gets her answers soon!

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  4. There's a great playfulness with your characters. Love it and def looking forward to more.

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  5. I'm so glad I went back and read the scene from the beginning! Awesome

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  6. Very entertaining! On the photo, noticed Belle Boyd House mentioned. I once wrote an article on the life of Belle Boyd.

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  7. I've been following this weekly, but went back and refreshed. The story has me thinking after I leave and I hurry back to find out what's next. Yep, this is great!

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  8. Like Gem, I wait every week to see what's next. Well done.

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  9. I love the photo. And the six that goes along with it!

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  10. I'm a history buff too - love the pic! Great six, sounds intriguing!!

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  11. I've just read through the previous bits of the scene. Ooh...looks like Lewis is going to be found out soon! Intriguing story! Thanks for your kind comments on my blog, and good luck with that pesky last scene!

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  12. Maybe beginning to get an inkling of what's going on, but I'm probably wrong. Will just have to wait for the rest, darn it. Love the characters and the fact she's a history buff--like me! Great six.

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  13. Love that he's baiting her. Fun six.

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  14. Another great six. The picture and references to history make it all seem real as well as "ironic."

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  15. A lot of mystery still. Nice six!

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  16. I'm just getting started with 6 Sentence Sunday so I haven't read your previous posts, but I like this. Already there's a colorful spark to your words and believable characters. Great!

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  17. My first visit so I read the scene entirely. Great job. Looking forward to more.

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  18. This just gets better and better every week! So excited to find out where it's going.

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  19. The smile line is fabulous. Great writing!

    Awesome job.

    Best,
    Allure

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  20. I have absolutely no idea what's going on, even though I've read the other installments, but I'm definitely intrigued by all the mystery! Steaks, grandfather's, historical society. Can't wait to see where this ends up!

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  21. Even more intriguing having read the scene from the beginning! Nice tension between the characters!

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  22. Roberta, I couldn't find a way to email you but I did a post featuring Darlene from Laid To Rest as the narrator at www.romancingthepast.blogspot.com

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  23. Interesting. SOunds like he might be digging for something, and it ain't information except more about her

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  24. Sounds like a loaded question. So curious about what's going on here and you're just teasing us unmercifully.

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  25. I'm really enjoying the interaction between these two. Lots of tension.

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