Sunday, 20 January 2013

Demons on Sunday...


 Moving away from Miss Abigail's Room this penultimate week of Six Sentence Sunday, here are six sentences from my paranormal horror novella, The Demons of Cambian Street. To set the scene, the main character, Stella, has experienced some scary events in her apartment, above the social club in the peaceful community of Priory St Michael. A local eccentric, Pattie Davies, knows something of the uncanny history of the place, but what she has to say seems incredible. Without intending to upset her, Stella has somehow managed to do so and Pattie goes on the defensive:

“You don’t believe me, do you? I suppose this is all a big joke to you, isn’t it? Batty Welshwoman believes in ghosts and demons! Well, just you wait. You need to get out of this place. Six months more in that flat and you’ll be begging my sister for her help. Just like Sarah Asher begged my mam all those years ago.”


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10 comments:

  1. Oh, bad things are coming! Definitely makes me want to read more. Great work.
    --Kimberly K. Comeau

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  2. Something tells me that Stella had better listen to her! It's certainly a creepy rant. Great 6.

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  3. Uh-oh, sounds like trouble is brewing. Great Six!

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  4. Scary! But very good scary! : )

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  5. Oh, another scary story! Love it!!

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