#FirstLineFriday CAW (Chapter 3)

FLF

I’m taking a cue from Joleene Naylor on this one.

#FirstLineFriday is the end-of-a-week posting of the first line (or two) of a published story, potential story, or a work in progress. It’s a great way to get feedback on your work… or to stalk other writers and see what they’re doing. Whichever 🙂 Leave a link to your blog in the comments or on Rami Ungar’s, who started this super nifty concept.

This comes from the third chapter of Crusade Across Worlds, the fourth book in the Arizal Wars Series, releasing this June.

This is your final test, Fallon. Once you pass, you will be allowed to return and assist the Arizals in preparation of Reuzkimpart’s invasion.

 I tug the blindfold tighter.

If you don’t know who the Arizals are or what Reuzimpart’s invasion is, you should catch up. You can get the first book for FREE on Smashwords here.

What do you think? You like? You don’t like?

What’re your first couple lines?

#FirstLineFriday CAW (Chapter 2)

FLF

I’m taking a cue from Joleene Naylor on this one.

#FirstLineFriday is the end-of-a-week posting of the first line (or two) of a published story, potential story, or a work in progress. It’s a great way to get feedback on your work… or to stalk other writers and see what they’re doing. Whichever 🙂 Leave a link to your blog in the comments or on Rami Ungar’s, who started this super nifty concept.

This comes from the second chapter of Crusade Across Worlds, the fourth book in the Arizal Wars Series, releasing this June.

“Nhazual spots something over my shoulder. I look, but there’s nothing there – only the Nerwolix forest, blurring and fading into itself.

If you don’t know who Nhazual is or why she’s in the Nerwolix forest, you should catch up. You can get the first book for FREE on Smashwords here.

What do you think? You like? You don’t like?

What’re your first couple lines?

#FirstLineFriday CAW (Chapter 1)

FLF

I’m taking a cue from Joleene Naylor on this one.

#FirstLineFriday is the end-of-a-week posting of the first line (or two) of a published story, potential story, or a work in progress. It’s a great way to get feedback on your work… or to stalk other writers and see what they’re doing. Whichever 🙂 Leave a link to your blog in the comments or on Rami Ungar’s, who started this super nifty concept.

This comes from the first chapter of Crusade Across Worlds, the fourth book in the Arizal Wars Series, releasing this June.

“I can smell them.

Horrops have that odor—dirt mixed with something sour and stale. Like too much raw meat. Or death.”

If you don’t know what a Horrop is, you should catch up. You can get the first book for FREE on Smashwords here.

What do you think? You like? You don’t like?

What’re your first couple lines?