Roots of Insight … 9 more days!
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Just for fun … here’s a little tease from Roots of Insight. 🙂
“Look, William … I have no idea what he was thinking. But you can’t just be mad at me and ignore me forever. What in the world is going on with you that you can’t even be bothered to say hi or have a friendly conversation with me in the hallway? I thought we were going to be friends. You agreed. You promised. And now, what? You’re going to be mad at me forever for something that wasn’t even my fault? You’re not even going to give me a chance to explain? You’re just going to punish me? Not even help me out and take care of my arm? What am I supposed to do?” Tears streamed down her face in earnest, dripping off her chin and landing on the front of her shirt. She couldn’t be certain, but she thought her nose was running, too.
William stared at her, looking shocked. He didn’t say anything for several minutes, he just stared.
Now that she was up close to him, she noticed for the first time that he didn’t look right. His face was paler than she had ever seen it, and there were dark, nearly black circles under his eyes. His eyes themselves were bloodshot.
When he finally spoke, his words were not in response to anything she had said. “Thomas is missing.”
The book she had been holding fell to the floor with a resounding thud. A cold chill ran up her spine, making the hair on the back of her neck stand up straight. “What?”
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Posted on December 31, 2011, in Books, Dusk Gate Chronicles, Independent Writers, Kindle and tagged Amazon, Authors, bestselling book, Book Contest, Book launch, Book Samples, Breeana Puttroff, Dusk Gate: Seeds of Discovery, Kindle. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.