Thursday, April 12, 2012

The Lucky Seven Meme

I was tagged by the lovely and talented Alison DeLuca over at Fresh Pot of Tea to do a lucky seven post. It looked like a lot of fun, and I have a fondness for this author, so I am here to play and then do some tagging of my own.

Once you are tagged:
Go to page 77 of your current WIP
Go to line 7
Copy down the next 7 lines/sentences as written and post them on your blog or website
Tag 7 other authors
Let them know they've been tagged

Alright, I'm taking the lines from my current WIP, Common Descent, the next book in the Darwin's Children  series. Enjoy!

Matt’s words surrendered to virulent emotions as John’s quiet, suburban home erupted in violence. So fast, he somehow missed it, Jaycie crushed in the side of his face with a devastating left hook. Matt flew sideways, into the kitchen counter, only to be assaulted by a trained upper cut that sent him into the refrigerator at his left. 

 “How could you?” Jaycie roared before she knocked him to the floor with a text book round house. Matt gripped the left side of his rapidly swelling face and looked up at her, breathing heavily. He’d almost forgotten Jaycie had studied Jeet Kune Do with Allison since she was ten.

Tag! You're It!
Nova Sparks at Nova Sparks Books 
David Beem at David Beem 
Rainy Kaye at Rainy of the Dark 
K.C. Neal at K.C. Neal YA Paranormal Books 
james crawford at james crawford (author) 
Jonathan Gould at Dag-Lit Central 
Jeremy Rodden at Toonopolis, The Blog 


Charles O'Keefe said...

Hi Tasha =)

Excellent post! :) I love action scenes and Jaycie kicks some ass here! Of course I used to do Jeet Kune Do (and of course so did Joseph :) so she's one tough cookie ;) Can't wait to read the whole thing

Natasha Larry said...


Amy Romine said...

Great post, found you on stumbled and love your blog! Darwin's children looks interesting. :0)

Natasha Larry said...

Thank you, Amy. I'm glad you enjoyed it. =)

Penumbra Publishing said...

Quite a scene! That books gonna rock!


Natasha Larry said...

lol, Pat. Thanks so much. I really hope so!

David P Perlmutter said...

Found your blog on twitter and now a follower. The book sounds great.

Here is my blog, a story about true events, why not check it out and follow...

I will keep on checking you....

Natasha Larry said...

Thanks David