Today’s #CleanWIP theme and collaborative article is Worry. [More info]
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Matthew 6:34 KJV – Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof.
tl; dr: #CleanWIP theme for Monday, October 28 is WORRY— CleanWIP Magazine (@cleanwip) October 28, 2019
Long version: We’re playing author hashtag games to find readers and authors who prefer the clean end of the spectrum.
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#CleanWIP (theme WORRY)— Katy Huth Jones (@KatyHuthJones) October 28, 2019
Kieran had to look away from the anguish in her eyes. “Owain has a good physician, experienced with battle injuries. You needn’t worry, love.” He held the end of one of the laces on an arm guard so Tristam could secure it.
Jason laughed politely, but his eyes darted around and his shoulders were tense. Margaret felt a twinge of alarm. “Are you all right? Is . . . is Amber all right?”— Jessica Marie Holt — Author (@Jessica06311722) October 28, 2019
“Oh! Yes, yes, we’re . . . fine. Nothing to worry about.” He put on an unconvincing smile. –Untitled #CleanWIP
Her laugh was so free; it floated in the air like a feather. “That settles it, Jerome, meet me after work tomorrow, at the City Café, and we’ll go buy you some awesome new threads.” She looked at Dad, “Noel, don’t worry; your boy will be the best-dressed kid at school.” #CleanWip— John Wilde (@WriterJohnWilde) October 28, 2019
He was lying. I didn’t like the emotion of worry, and it transformed to heat in my chest. “In your practice, did you take injury elsewhere?” – #CleanWIP (theme WORRY)— ML Farb (@FarbMl) October 28, 2019
#CleanWIP If this dentist ain’t what he appears, hop on the next train home.”— Laurean Brooks (@Laurean2) October 28, 2019
Emily nodded, knowing she could never return. Not only the high price of train fare, but her sister-in-law would never allow it. Roy might worry about her, but Louise wouldn’t give her a second thought.