Sunday, February 27, 2011

Celebrate Six Sentences Giveaway

Happy Birthday, Six Sentence Sunday! You're one today -- blow out the candle, and make a wish!

Here's my six... and look for the co
ntest below -- $10 All Romanc
e eBucks and eCopy of When A Mullo Loves A Woman
Let's celebrate! Six Sunday is ONE today.

When A Mullo Loves A Woman By JoAnne Kenrick on GOODREADS 4.25 avg



"Morgan maneuvered her car through the winding, sandy streets. The smell of the ocean filled the air, and sounds of waves crashing against the breakers, were a dramatic reminder of the prospect of an eerie evening. Just at the right moment, when a grey cloud hovered above, Morgan pointed toward the house we were heading for. “There it is, Abalone Beach House.”

It was typical for a beach house made for rich folk, a white-washed glory on the edge of a cliff. It would have been beautiful had it not been for the waves crashing into the blackened cliffs below, and the ocean’s angry voice echoing across the vast space."



Mullo, by the way, is a gypsy legend of the undead - read all about it here and here)

"A winning and surprising paranormal romance." Bridget, The Romance Reviews

"I was thoroughly entertained by this offering and am sure that you will be, too." HockeyVamp, Bitten by Books


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38 comments:

  1. Love the description of the ocean, the breakers. I suddenly want to be in Palm Beach. Or any beach, really.

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  2. Great six. An ocean scene is always good :-)

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  3. Nice snippet. Wish I was at the beach.

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  4. Love the setting. Makes me want to know what the eerie evening will hold!

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  5. Loved both your 6's! Great description of a house overlooking a cliff by the sea!

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  6. JoAnne,

    Great setting for romantic, evil, and all things dark to happen! LOL
    Hugs,
    Deena
    deenaremiel(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  7. Perfect teaser that left me wanting to know more!

    cbandy10(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  8. Hm, vampires and black cliffs... Great atmosphere!

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  9. Love your description! Sounds like a wonderful story.

    ~Sarah

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  10. Oh god, you make me long for the beach!

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  11. Great descriptions! I could actually hear the waves. :)

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  12. Great way to set an image. Nice job!

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  13. "waves crashing into the blackened cliffs below, and the ocean’s angry voice echoing across the vast space."

    Very happy poet *sighs*

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  14. The powerful visual of the ocean, the house perched above it, is fantastic.

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  15. A lot of foreboding going on in that snippet. I'm super intrigued.

    joderjo402 AT gmail DOT com

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  16. You gave us a great visual with your six. Happy Anniversary, Joanne.

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  17. Good use of description. Great six!

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  18. 'prospect of an eerie evening' Sounds haunted. I want to know what happens.

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  19. Very visual. That ending line is perfect, with the oceans angry voice.

    This really creates a ominous mood. Great job.

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  20. Definitely can feel the tenor of the ocean. Nicely done.

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  21. Never heard about the Mullo before. I have to go see what those links tell.

    (My email's in my Blogspot profile.)

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  22. Seleste deLaney/Julie PartickaFebruary 27, 2011 at 4:36 PM

    Great set up of the ocean house, though I think I'd be nervous staying there with the cliffs too.

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  23. This snippet has a strong sense of place. Great job!

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  24. Wow, the description here is fantastic imagery. I've never heard of that vampire mythology, sounds interesting.

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  25. The setting sounds great, very descriptive!

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  26. The imagery is beautiful and bleak at the same time.

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  27. Great description, I can see everything you describe.

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  28. Really great six. I can almost taste the salt in the air. :)

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  29. Great visual. Very well done!

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  30. Great description. Makes me miss the ocean.

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  31. love the description! sounds like a great house to me!

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  32. wow look at all those comments! I appreciate it, ya'll. Thanks for stopping by and reading my Six Sunday -- all the winners have been announced, hope you were all lucky! CYA for Six Sunday next week :)

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