Sunday, October 6, 2013

Summary Sunday

King John's troops finally returned to England during Wednesday's writing session this week, but as you'll see, Marguerite received distressing news about Robert. Here is a sampling of new lines from The Lady and the Minstrel.

Monday: The scamp. Robert had spent too many evenings in London listening to Helen tease and reprove her husband, while Gunthar let her tweak him to her heart’s content.

Tuesday: The darkness muffled Robert’s voice, or perhaps it only sounded thus through the smothering tightness in Gunthar’s chest.

Wednesday: She thought for the briefest instant that Strode’s lips twitched away from his teeth in the glimmer of a snarl before the smile settled again.

Thursday: His cold eyes lifted and gazed into Marguerite’s with such malicious satisfaction that she knew. Robert had been among the fallen.

Friday: Her mind raced to Sarah with a horror for her friend’s grief that Marguerite would not have comprehended an hour ago.

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