Sunday, 3 March 2013

More Chills From The Second Wife...

 
 
For my Weekend Writing Warriors' Sunday snippet, here's some more from my latest paranormal horror novella - The Second Wife:
  
 
 Suddenly, I felt hot breath on my neck. Thinking that Joe must be back, I spun round—no one there. Could I have imagined it? I stood for a few seconds, my heart pounding. Nothing stirred. 
 
“Joe?” I called. But no one answered. I must have imagined it.
 
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26 comments:

  1. Very spooky. Must buy this book. Great excerpt. ��

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  2. This is really scary. Good job sending chills my way.

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  3. I'll admit I had chills and wanted to holler for her to run. Great snippet!

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    1. You're right, Natalie. She really should have got out of there...while she still could. Thanks!

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    1. My work is done then! Thank you Daezarkian!

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  5. Oooh, you gave me chills. Your cover is gorgeous, by the way.

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  6. This story has been a goosebump-raising experience - another terrific snippet today and off I do to buy the book and scare myself all in one sitting LOL!

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  7. Uh-oh. Looks like the ghost wife is a little miffed. Wonder what she has in store for the second wife? Looking forward to the next instalment.

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    1. Indeed - more than a little miffed, Dabbie. You really wouldn't want to upset Emily. Thank you!

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  8. Ooh! I got chills. If only she had imagined it. But I know better.

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  9. Great excerpt, and definitely chilly. :) I love the MC's voice here.

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  10. Chilling and intriguing. I like it!

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  11. I've been following this for several weeks - I like how you're building the tension for us, from the foreshadowing to the breath on her neck.

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