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Sunday, January 9, 2011


Welcome to my Suspenseful Seven Sentence Sunday post. The following excerpt is from my current work in progress, a story that deals with magic, both past and present, and the lovers who must conquer the surreal to reach their happy ever after.

Valerie immediately sat down when she got home and took pen and paper out to begin writing about all she had seen during her regression that afternoon. What she had seen uncannily equated with her role in her current life. It seemed she had been a healer in a Roman court, just as she was a healer in the court system of today. It shivered her a bit that she had been a healer then, too.
Then she started connecting all the similarities between that life of hers, and this. Her name had been the same in pronunciation, only different in its spelling; her profession had been the same, working for the government in basically the same capacity. And she had loved the same man.

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Romance through the mists of time and Love through the dimensions of reality


Mallory Snow said...

I love the promise here! How could she have loved the same man in two different lives, is what I'm wondering... :)

Laurie Ryan said...

Nicely done, Janette! You've got out attention. :)

Janette Harjo said...

The key word in my 7 sentences was "magic," Mallory. ;) You'll need to read my book when it's published to learn more. :)) (i know, shameless self-promotion) GRIN

Janette Harjo said...

Thank you, Laurie. :)) You'll get to read more at critique!

Morag McKendrick Pippin said...

Very intriguing!

Janette harjo said...

Thanks for stopping by, Morag!

Tamara LeBlanc said...

The excerpt is inticing! She lived another life as a Roman healer, her name is spelled differently but sounds the same!
Loved it!
Well done Janette!

Janette_Harjo@Hotmail.com said...

Thank you, Tamara! Thanks for stopping by!!