I went to the www.sixsunday.com site this week to sign up for the weekly posting and found only a post saying...
"Six Sentence Sunday has come to close.
This site does not endorse any sites, Twitter feeds, Facebook groups, etc duplicating the concept of Six Sentence Sunday or its efforts."
I'm not sure what happened with the site. I am asking around and will share if I hear anything. But, for now my own Six Sentence Sunday will still be posted.
On Wednesday I was talking about heroes having faith in their heroines and their abilities. In the first book of my Zogone saga, Old Dreams, Arlene is just a normal college girl. That is in this life. In her past life she was so much more though she doesn't even realize it herself. In her last life as a young Scottish girl named Colleen she had a secret, a big one. That little secret isn't revealed until book three- Ancient Enemies and it surprises everyone when she learns the truth of what had been erased from Colleen's mind.
For my Six Sentence Sunday here is a peek at what happens when you have abilities you might not even know about.
From Old Dreams-
In the far corner of the crate her eyes landed on a bow and arrow set and her fingers itched to hold them, not understanding why.
"What about those?" She pointed them out to Josh.
"Oh those are Ginger's. She loves them, but I have no idea where she learned to use them. No one we know uses .…"
He stopped and stared down at her, "Do you know how to use them?"
Arlene shrugged, "I don't, but something inside me says I do know how."
Update on the Six Sentence Sunday Site- From what I am gathering, the sixsunday event, became to much for the site owner, so it has been closed down. A few of the participants have gotten together to start up their own version of a Six Sunday on Facebook. The new group and the each weeks posts can be found here.
Six Sentence Sunday Facebook group