Crossroads of Humanity

Jul 28, 2012

Can You Keep the 777 Challenge Going?

Okay, my turn! The 777 Challenge is when authors showcase seven sentences from either page 7 or page 77 of their work-in-progress. I was nominated by Brad Fleming who was nominated by Joe McCoubrey who was nominated by Susan Condon. You get the idea.

I'm currently about a third of the way through the third book of my Reliance on Citizens trilogy, to be published later this year. The first book, Price of a Bounty, is free today and tomorrow and is also part of a prize package in the Summer Splash Blog Hop! (scroll down to learn more)

Here are seven sentences from page seven:

Again he said, “You always knew you were a guest in Mediterra.  What was done to you, though beyond your control, is highly illegal.”

A new thought occurred to me.  “Have you jeopardized relations with Terene by keeping me on for so long?  Maybe you shouldn't have let me stay.”

He smiled.  “Always thinking of others...President Leclair would be a fool not to notice all the good you've done."

So now I'll pass on the challenge to seven authors I admire, in no particular order:
Sarah Williams
Andrew Augustine
R.K. Ryals
Jay Merin
Rhodora M. Fitzgerald
Troy McCombs
Walter Eckland

1 comment:

  1. Awesome Sarah! Great challenge, we have read some good stuff, that's for sure!!