Has it really been 20 weeks since I started spending my Sundays in six-sentence slices? Wow, it seems like longer and also like I've just started.
On July 15th the first book in my Josephine Fuller series, Larger Than Death, will be issued for the first time in ebook and trade paperback, so I plan to share some sentences from it. But first, from Bride of the Living Dead, Daria's sister Sky insisted on giving her opinion about their uncle officiating at Daria's wedding:
"Are you sure you want our dear old deranged Uncle Walt to do this ceremony? You know that crazy old man could ruin your wedding?"
"Sky, the only thing that would ruin my wedding would be if Oscar didn't show up."
Sky gasped and stared at me in horror. "Don’t even joke about such a thing."
I wasn't worried because I couldn't imagine Oscar disappearing on our wedding day--which goes to show you how limited my imagination can be.
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