Friday, April 5, 2013

We're Still Doing the Boomer Blog Hop

Welcome to the Friday BoomerLit Blog Hop. 
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Check out this week's snippet.  Angela and Bodine are still in Rio.



Lucky for Angela, a cable car was ready to leave for the trip down the mountain or she might have missed the bus. Bodine and the tour guide were standing outside when Angela arrived. She was fifteen minutes late. If Bodine had not been holding the bus, the group might have left her. Bodine frowned, but he knew it had to be something about QTEE.  
“Well, did she show up?”

Angela apologized to the guide and to the people on the bus as she got in. It was all she could do to keep from breaking out into a big smile. When she and Bodine arrived at the last seats on the back of the bus, Angela pulled the photo out from the manila envelope. It was QTEE standing in front of the Christ the Redeemer, with a man.


Bodine had to laugh, “So you talked to her.”
“No, she wasn’t there, but she left the photo for me. Like she said, I would see her.”
“Who is the guy with her?”


TELL THEM I DIED is available as an ebook or in print from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords and others. You can find direct links on my website:

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10 comments:

Kathleen Valentine said...

Good one - who is the guy?

Sandy Nachlinger said...

Well, I guess Laura wasn't lying -- Angela did see her, but just not in person. Very clever.

Michael Murphy said...

Another excellent excerpt Sarah! Looking forward to reading your novel.

John Klawitter said...

Good writing. I always wanted to go to Rio.

AKMysteryMom said...

You're teasing us so beautifully.

Shelley Lieber said...

Good hook! Left me wanting to know about the guy, too.

Claude Nougat said...

Great snippet, can't wait to read the whole book!

John Klawitter said...

It is really hard to select an intriguing snippet, but you have mastered the game.

saraphen said...

John, I'm running out of snippets. I don't want to spoil the whole book.

D.R. Shoultz said...

Another great excerpt. Your book is obviously full of them.