tirsdag den 18. januar 2011

About Cross-Eyed Screwdrivers or ...

I still have some structural problems with the plot of "The Halloween Murderer", but I think I can come up with a couple of sentences:


“Oh no, I didn´t want to disturb you. It´s just that I needed a cross-point screwdriver, and I thought that perhaps you…” She found herself blubbering brainlessly as if she had never seen a handsome man before, and she was almost married. Rhapsody, get your act together, she told herself." 

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6 kommentarer:

Elizabeth Spann Craig/Riley Adams sagde ...

I think I'll like Rhapsody! Nice sentences. :)

Margot Kinberg sagde ...

Dorte - Oh, those are good sentences! I can't wait for more!

....Petty Witter sagde ...

Do you know I saw this title on my blogroll and thought straight away that this would make an excellant starting point for one of your stories.

Kelly sagde ...

Rhapsody sounds very human. I like being able to feel that way about a character in a story.

Clarissa Draper sagde ...

It's brilliant! Asking a man for a screw... I mean, screwdriver.

Dorte H sagde ...

I am glad you like Rhapsody, and Kelly, I´m trying to make her less than perfect (though it is very difficult because obviously she has some things in common with ME ;D)

Clarissa: Rhapsody is the local vicar´s daughter and she has absolutely no idea what you are talking about ;)