Six Sunday – 10/7/12

Happy Sunday sixers! Hope you’re all having a wonderful weekend. Happy Thanksgiving to all the Canadian sixers as well! We continue from last week’s six where Ryan is anxiously awaiting Raz to tell what’s going on between Cammy and her father. Glad you guys liked how I presented Raz’s accent. Please note that I will be hiking today, then going to visit my niece at her college, so I might not be able to get to reading your posts. Please comment so I know that you stopped by and I will comment on your posts as soon as I can. #sixsunday

He opened his mouth, about to say to something while Ryan held his breath and jittered his foot against the floor, anxiously waiting for him to speak.

“No, can’t do it,” Raz shook his head.

“What? Whaddya mean you can’t? ”

 “I’ve only ‘eard da story mon, ya ‘ave ta ‘ear it from de author, de magic of a story can only come from da author.”

“But, I’ve already tried askin’ her, look Raz just tell me-”

“It best ‘earin’ it from her mon, de way she tell it made me cry, give ‘er time, she’ll tell ya.”

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13 thoughts on “Six Sunday – 10/7/12

  1. Excellent job showing Ryan’s impatience! Have fun on your hike.

  2. Another nice one, Frank. Way to go with sustaining the tension.

  3. Hi Frank. I’ve missed your sixes for a few weeks, so went back to catch up. Like the way this is going. You presented Ryan’s frustration well. Hope she tells him the story – and makes him cry. 🙂

  4. Makes me wonder what her story is.

  5. Carrie Crain

    You’ve done excellent job with setting up some mystery about Cammy and her father. I feel like I’m eavesdropping on a delicious gossip session!

    • Frank Fisher

      Thanks Carrie, it means a lot to me. And you’re right, you are eavesdropping, but that’s what I’d like to reader to be doing!

  6. You have me as curious as Ryan is. Apparently her history has had a lasting effect on her. Sad I’m sure.

    • Frank Fisher

      The history is sad indeed, I promise to share a bit of it in a six soon.

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