Six Sentence Sunday #14

Thanks for stopping by to spend a few minutes of your Sunday with me. Your comments and thoughts are greatly appreciated.

This week’s contribution comes from my WIP, Swashbuckler. It’s about 3/4 of the way through the story and Rachel has arrived at the hospital.

“Yes? Can I help you?” the nurse asked Rachel when she finally reached the intensive care unit. Rachel opened her mouth to answer, but no words came out. Instead, tears began to drip from her eyes. Without missing a beat, the petite nurse pulled tissue from the box sitting on the counter and handed it to her. She didn’t tell Rachel to stop crying or tell her that everything was going to be alright. She just waited.

Here’s the link for prior week’s snippets from Swashbuckler.
Please go visit the other talented writers participating in Six Sentence Sunday.

22 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday #14

  1. Thanks to everyone for stopping by and commenting. It means the world to me to feel the connection between us all. 🙂 Nothing better than getting feedback from authors I respect and love to read!

  2. Aw, what a awesome way to grab a reader through emotion! Pretty incredible to bring that much emotion into 6 sentences. Makes me want to read the rest….no doubt about it!

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