So, I’m a little late to the game, but now I have a plan and am ready to roll. I’ve been doing this meme for months on my other blog, but have worried about being consistent with the content here at the ToiBox. So each week I will share 6 sentences from my current book and both my active WIPs. While I have several projects I’m working on at the moment, my sequel to Eternal Curse and my new romance are the most developed and contain enough content to actually be apart of this. There will be many more exciting changes here at the ToiBox, so stick around and enjoy :).
Unlike other people, the words heat and passion never really meant much to him. He never knew that their many meanings could affect him so profoundly. There was once a time when he thought heat was simply the temperature of something being high. He’d known of ordinary people becoming mentally and physically consumed with the pursuit of something. He equated that with passion, although he wasn’t personally familiar with the word.
He longed, if that were even possible, to feel passion for anything other than just the relief from his torment.
To participate, pick six (6) sentences from anything you like (it can be from a Work in Progress (WiP), something you recently sold, something you hope to sell or even something already under contract and available for purchase – and don’t worry, Six Sentence Sunday is for published AND unpublished writers). Then post them on your blog on Sunday. That’s all there is to it!
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