Six Sentence Sunday – Excerpt from The Watcher

Welcome to another Six Sentence Sunday, where authors share six sentences from a work in progress or completed work.

My six sentences today skip a little further ahead in Chapter One, of The Watcher. Eventually, I hope to share the entire chapter, and not just six sentences at a time. See last week for an idea of where we’ve been.

I sprinted down one of the trails, scanning the forest for any sign of shadows. The path narrowed until it was barely a few feet wide, and the gravel beneath me surrendered to dirt. Soon I was dodging serpentine roots and mossy, fallen logs. Low-hanging branches caught in my hair. My pace slowed. In the dense underbrush, looming trees birthed shadows everywhere, none of them like the one I’d just seen.

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