Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Two Sentence Tuesday -- A Few Extra Words

The last week or so has been good for rewriting.  I've managed to get quite a lot done and am currently happy with the results.
What more could one ask?
I'll cheat a wee bit and offer up a bit more than two from BloodLovers:

"A sound came from her grandfather that Eury could only think was a sigh. His voice lowered. It was almost sad.
'You hate me so much son, that when you married you took your wife's name.' "
I don't recall why as I write this, but I've felt the need to crack open the apocrypha and read about Enoch.
It's been interesting to read his trip through the levels of Heaven and what he found there including the creation of the zodiac.
Here's a bit:

"I have put every man's work in writing and none born on earth can remain hidden nor his works remain concealed.
2 I see all things."
(Chapter L. verses 1&2, Secrets of Enoch, The Lost Books of The Bible and The Forgotten Books of Eden. A Meridian Book, New American Library, 1974)
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the Bag Lady said...

Your lines made me want to read more! Am looking forward to the finished product.

Leah J. Utas said...

Thank you so much, Cousin.

messymimi said...

Parent/child relationships like that make me sad, and i want to know how they got that way.

When you publish, will there be an ebook available? Turns out those things aren't half bad, and that way i can get it faster.

Leah J. Utas said...

Messymimi, I hope I've answered the question properly in the manuscript.

I'll be pursuing commercial trade for profit publishing. There may be an ebook, but for now I can't even say there's a publisher.

solarity said...

I hope you find a publisher soon--the snippets are fascinating.

Mary Anne in Kentucky

Leah J. Utas said...

Thank you very much, Mary Anne.

Reb said...

Oh, I am beginning to really like your characters here. Can't wait for the finished product.

Crabby McSlacker said...

Yep, count me among those intrigued! I'm looking forward to reading the end results, in whatever form they may take.

Leah J. Utas said...

Thank you, Crabby.

Dawn said...

Wow....to take his wife's name!
There must be some real hostility there between father-son!

Leah J. Utas said...

Dawn, I hoped I've crafted it properly. I'm glad the sentence has had the desired impact.