As you can see to the left, the cover for SHRAPNEL has finally been revealed! If you’ve been following my Six Sunday posts, you’ll probably understand whose fishnet-clad legs those are 🙂
Below I bring you another six from SHRAPNEL, my upper-YA mutt novel set in contemporary Mobile, Alabama. Pretty sure this will be the last week I feature this story as I’m anxious to tell you about my next book. I’ve taken a break from YA to write some adult fiction.
In the meantime, here are another six from Dylan’s POV near the end of the book. She’s remembering her former best friend’s reaction when she confessed to her that she was psychic:
Nicole defended me during the divorce crap. She even helped us repaint the garage door when someone spray-painted “God hates gays” on it. I guess the psychic thing was just one issue too many. What a moron I was to think I could escape judgment here. Or that I could keep my secrets. I don’t see how this night could get any worse.
Oh, honey, things can always get worse and they usually do.
I hope you have a fantastic week and please be sure to check out some of the other Six Sunday participants listed here!
Alix Cameron said:
Eleri Stone said:
Just want to give her a hug. (Great cover:)
Frank Fisher said:
Somehow I think things are going to get worse, usually that’s what happens when someone says that. Nice six and I love the book cover.
Angela Quarles said:
Oh, and they do! Great 6!
J.M. Blackman said:
You cover is beautiful. Love it! Enjoyed the six. You’re definitely right–she’s going to have to learn how bad things can really get. I feel as if some growing up is going to happen.
I hope they don’t get worse but I bet they will. Great Six and I can feel the tension. 🙂
Joyce Scarbrough said:
Worse but better! 😉 The cover is gorgeous just like WANT’s. Looking forward to next week too!
Lorraine Paton said:
Poor girl! Great six! 🙂
Things sure can get worse, can’t they? Not really what we want to hear.
S E Gilchrist said:
How much worse, I’m left wondering? Great hook ending.
Ryan Derham said:
She’s got a good point, and you make us feel her frustration and despair really well.