Thursday, April 12, 2012

Lucky Seven Tag

I'm stepping up to Cambria Dillon's  challenge...

Here are the rules:
  1. Go to page 7 or 77 in your current manuscript (or I guess if you have 777 pages, that’d work, too)
  2. Go to line 7
  3. Copy down the next 7 lines/sentences AS THEY ARE. No cheating/editing/tweaking/weaving magical word spells!
  4. Tag 7 other authors
And that’s it. Super duper easy peasy, right? Here are the 7 lines on page 7 of my current WIP (which is actually my rewrite):

“How come Will isn’t helping you?” I shout over the sound of the engine and sneak a look at the mud drying on his calf. “How deep is it stuck?”
We hit a root in the path, and the cart lurches to the side. I’m thrown to my left and my arm brushes his. I’m sure if we weren’t racing down the fairway as though both our lives depended on it, I might have enjoyed the contact. Even so, my heart rate speeds up. Though that could be my fight or flight reaction to the ride of death.
“You okay?” He reaches out to steady me, but he doesn’t slow down

I'm tagging:

Katy Upperman
Alicia Gregoire
Heather Kelly
Jonathon Arnston
Theresa Milstein
Kelly Polark 
Joyce Shor Johnson



Cambria Dillon said...

Ooh...I love how we get an immediate sense of place and urgency in just 7 lines. Nicely done! And so glad you played!

Kelly Polark said...

Thanks for the tag and the sneak peek of your story, Kris!! :)

Katy Upperman said...

Love, love, LOVE. Such a perfectly sweet contemporary scene. :) My Lucky Seven is going up tomorrow. Thanks for the tag!

Theresa Milstein said...

Ooo, that's an exciting scene. Thrill of the ride and the guy!