Lucky Seven?

The talented Jenn McLeod has tagged me in a something called ‘Lucky Seven’ and I can’t refuse the challenge!

Here are the rules

Go to page 7 or 77 of your latest work. Read down to the seventh line and then post online the next seven lines or sentences. Then head off and tag seven more writers.

The good thing is nothing good, bad or unpredictable is going to happen if you don’t join in or you break the chain. It’s just for fun 🙂

So here’s my offering from BURNING LIES – due for release on 2nd July. Enjoy!

‘Spectacular. The colours are amazing,’ she said. The other three crewmembers murmured in agreement. At 1500 feet, the ocean stretched from horizon to horizon, the build up of thunderstorms ahead the only indication that the Australian coastline was just out of sight.

The outer Great Barrier Reef was like a series of giant fresh-water pearls, strung together in a rope and resting on French navy satin. In the late afternoon, with the sea breeze fading, the breaking waves of the Coral Sea added a white ruffle to the eastern side of the reefs.’


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13 thoughts on “Lucky Seven?

  1. Love sneak peaks.

    And who says it “wasn’t useful?” It was to us Helene, look at the beautiful and vivid picture you have painted for us in our imagination, with seven lines.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Smiles,
    Effie

  2. Love it Helene…you paint such beautiful pictures, and make it so easy to visualize it in all it’s splendour!

  3. Spectacular!
    “giant fresh-water pearls, strung together in a rope and resting on French navy satin”

    Thx for taking up the challange and introducing more authors to watch out for.

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