Work-in-Progress Wednesday #5

It’s Work-in-Progress Wednesday! Writing is always a work-in-progress. As an aspiring author, I spend most of my free time writing, editing, or taking classes. This week, I made progress. Some weeks I don’t. Writers can’t make it without readers so I’ve started sharing a few lines from my work each week.

I’m currently finishing edits on one manuscript and beginning my next. While I can’t share the titles, I can share a few lines.

From my new work-in-progress:

“Five years ago, she chose the blank slate that was her life. Ryley leaned against the old, rickety chalkboard and closed her eyes. What she didn’t know then was that a blank slate could never truly be blank. Not when pesky memories floated to her mind at any given moment.”

If you’re interested in reading any of my work, sign up for my newsletter. In-between manuscripts, I write short stories to send to you. My first story Zebra Print Slippers is coming your way on August 30th.

Your Turn:

Writers, share a few lines from your work-in-progress.

Readers, is there a line you’ve read in a novel that resonated with you? If so share the title of the book and a few lines.

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