Sunday, 24 February 2013

It's Your Sunday Spooky 8!



For my Weekend Writing Warriors' Sunday snippet, here's some more from my latest paranormal horror novella - The Second Wife:
 

'“I do love coming home to you, Mrs. Marchant.”

 “And I love it when you come home to me, Mr. Marchant. And you’re going to love the idea I have.”

 “Then you’d better tell me all about it over dinner.”

 “I fully intend to,” I said and poured more champagne. If only I had stopped right there. If only I hadn’t insisted on telling him my grand ideas for the house. 

“If only…” The saddest words in the English language.'



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26 comments:

  1. It's creeping (ha!) up my TBR list.

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  2. I bet that first wife isn't happy about this plan. Nice excerpt.

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  3. Very nice. Mrs. Marchant no. 1 is so not going to be happy.

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  4. Great eight, Cat. Ah, If only...

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  5. Aww, if only - I feel sorry for her already...this story just reels me in, can't wait to know more. Excellent excerpt!

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    1. Thank you, Veronica! I'm so glad I've 'hooked' you

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  6. Love this excerpt! This is already on my to read list and I can't wait!

    Dani-Lyn

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  7. Can't wait till next week to see what her plans are for the house. And I bet wife #1 will have some spooky thing to say about it! Great snippet.

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  8. They are indeed the saddest words in the language. Lovely foreshadowing.

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  9. Nice! And I love that last line...it's so true!

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  10. Great foreboding. I can't wait to find out how she'll regret those words.

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    1. Thank you, meryvamp and believe me, she does regret them...trust me

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  11. I agree with the previous comment, you've done a great job with the foreshadowing. Intriguing snippet.

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