Six Sentence Sunday is something that many authors do by posting six sentences from one of their books. My sentences below are from a police procedural mystery that I am working on. Last night, I finished writing Chapter six. I was hoping to have it ready for release this fall, now I'm pushing it back to later this winter.
The scene below is a part of a phone conversation between the main character and his old girlfriend.
Six Sentence Sunday:
"Actually, I'm working on a case where someone is stealing antique signs from businesses in town," he said.
"Any suspects?" she asked.
"That's the problem, everyone's a suspect because no one's a suspect."
"Maybe you're looking too hard, or maybe the theft was just a diversion for another crime," she suggested.
"Katherine, you're beautiful. If you were here, I'd kiss you," he said.