Curse Breaker | Kidnapped
More shouts interrupted by tearing, scraping and the grating of sandpaper as something not human dragged Sarn into the forest. He ran his fingers along the grooves of the thing manacling his arm as he tried to figure out what had seized him. His fingers encountered tree bark and that made no sense. Why would a tree abduct him? It had never done that before. Why would it need to start now? What the hell was going on?
“Let go of me!”
Sarn hammered the heel of his hand against whatever part of the tree that had clamped itself around his middle. It didn’t release him; it just kept dragging him towards who knew what for an unknown purpose.
Read the rest in Curse Breaker: Enchanted today:
After an enchanted tree abducts Sarn, he’s thrust into a mystery revolving around a double homicide. Can Sarn protect his son, keep his masters happy and help the dead boy haunting him?
Look inside to find out. Read the first 15 chapters for free.
Today, two years ago was the last time I saw or spoke to my sister. I was rewriting the opening chapters of Curse Breaker: Enchanted and its two sequels when she died hence the posts. Her last words to me were a heartfelt plea that I write all my stories and publish them. I promised her that and she left.
I didn’t know then that she would be dead in five days. I didn’t know those would be the last words we’d ever speak to each other. I didn’t know that was the last time I would ever see her face to face.
For my sister:
A promise given–
I thought I’d see you again,
That promise said not.
Did you know you’d die?
Today’s the last time we talked.
Five days ‘fore you died.
A promise given–
I tell stories like you asked.
The stories you loved.
Your promise I’ve kept.
I’ve published one book so far.
Carol, did you know?
~ RIP sis ~
Wish me luck on my annual review! An auspicious day for it, don’t you think?