Six Sentence Sunday 6/26

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This week Maia has finally found herself some non-hoochie clothes and she’s ready to get down to business.

Maia eyed herself in the mirror. She liked the way the thin material skimmed across her skin without revealing every curve and contour. Satisfied, she grab her the new handbag she’d also purchased since she couldn’t bring herself to carry around the pink zebra bag any longer than absolutely necessary and threw her room key and wallet into it.

She really wanted to curl back up into the fetal position in bed and wish the day away, but she couldn’t do that. It was already mid-afternoon and she was still no closer to finding a way home than she had been last night. Now it was time to get serious.



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  1. Alix says:

    Looking forward to seeing what getting serious involves. Thank you for a great six.

  2. Jessica Subject says:

    She seems more comfortable and confident without the ‘hoochie’ clothing. Great six!

  3. Sandi Sookoo says:

    Hmm, I wonder how she plans on doing that! What to know more!

  4. Lisa Fox says:

    She’s got her new bag and she is ready to do it! Nice!

  5. Bree Younger says:

    Non-hoochie clothes? lol! Pink zebra handbag? I love this chick!! lol!

  6. Sam Crescent says:

    I wonder what came before it. great six

  7. Eleri Stone says:

    Like how she’s armoring herself up in non-hoochie clothes. Like the voice.

  8. Sarah Grimm says:

    Can’t wait to see how she gets serious.

  9. Gem Sivad says:

    She’s serious all right and what a neat way to show her character. Great six!

  10. Rebecca Royce says:

    I know that feeling well and you really showed it. I felt it.

  11. Angela S. Stone (@AngelaSStone) says:

    Woohoo!!! for non-hootchie clothes!!!!!! lol! Very interesting! I want to find out what happens next!


  12. Graylin Fox says:

    Glad she got to change into something she feels confident in. Can’t wait to see what she does next.

  13. Sandy Nachlinger says:

    Not that pink zebra handbags can’t be stunning, but … I don’t blame her for ditching the purse! Now she’s ready for … what?

  14. Paula Martin says:

    Intriguing six – now I want to know what she’s going to do!

  15. Marie Dees says:

    Great six. Great emotion in this scene.

  16. JoAnne Kenrick says:

    Hopefully, now she has a new handbag that isn’t zebra print, she can get serious! hehe Love this six, your voice is fantastic and I’m really digging this character!

  17. Monica Enderle Pierce says:

    I love that she really wants to hide from her situation, but won’t give up. I like a determined character!

  18. charmaine gordon says:

    She’s starting over in her own way. What a woman.

  19. Zee Monodee says:

    Intriguing! I’d

  20. Jessica Knauss says:

    Looks good, now has to get her life together. Good priorities 🙂 . How does a fallen goddess get home, anyway?

  21. Lindsay says:

    Intriguing six

  22. Jenna Jaxon says:

    Don’t know what came before, but she sounds like one determined lady. I mean, when you have to overcome a pink zebra-striped bag, you’ve got to have guts to keep going. Great six!

  23. Gayle Ramage says:

    Don’t blame her for ditching the pink zebra-striped bag, lol. Great snippet!

  24. Sonya Clark says:

    I like Maia’s determination. Great six!

  25. Chantal Halpin says:

    Love the ‘non-hoochie clothes’ what did she look like with that pink zebra stripe bag? Was it putting people off? Great six 🙂

  26. Taryn Kincaid says:

    Light-heart and cute. Love your voice in this.

    (Trying IE this time. Only for you. Well, and maybe for Cara Bristol.)

  27. Xakara says:

    I don’t even want to think about the zebra bag, but can’t wait to see what getting serious involves. 🙂

    A Way To A Dragon’s Heart 6SS

  28. Alyssa Fox says:

    Intresting makes me want to read more.

  29. Emily Cale says:

    Hate that feeling, but very well described.

  30. Kathleen Grieve says:

    Interesting Six. I loved the line “…wish the day away…” Really shows her inner turmoil.

  31. Janet Lane Walters says:

    The plot thichens. How will she get home?

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