It’s Friday! Here’s the scoop on #CleanWIP Relaxed Fridays.
We’re kicking off the party with a fun excerpt from Arthur Daigle‘s William Bradshaw and Urban Problems.
“I got him! I got the long eared thieving bunny!” the goblin shouted triumphantly while dancing around in a circle.
“Hold on,” Will began, but the goblin was too taken with his victory to notice.
“He thought he’d ruin the boss’ garden, but I showed him!”
“What’s this about?” Domo asked.
Feeling faintly embarrassed, Will said, “An animal got in my garden last month and did some damage. When the warrior goblins found out they assigned guards to watch over it, which would be a really nice gesture if they didn’t keep attacking innocent animals and salesmen.”
“Animals are guilty until proven innocent!” the warrior goblin shouted. “And even then they’re guilty!”
“The rabbit wasn’t anywhere near my garden,” Will told him.
“He was thinking about it!” The goblin poked the rabbit in the belly. “You were conspiring! Confess!”
Will said, “Just take it a few miles away and let it go.”
The warrior poked the rabbit again before he marched into the woods. “The King’s going easy on you, but this is still going on your record! You have the right to remain silent! Anything you say will be ignored or misinterpreted!”
tl; dr: No #CleanWIP theme on Fridays, but we still publish a collaborative article. Use the hashtag to share INTERESTING teases from a WIP or published work (book links encouraged on Fridays). This concludes the short version. [For best results: https://t.co/iCuPzhtLNK] pic.twitter.com/OPByTqTuI5— CleanWIP Magazine (@cleanwip) November 15, 2019
#CleanWIP Her mother’s pasty complexion stood in stark contrast to her chocolate brown eyes. “It’s about…your father.”— Laurean Brooks (@Laurean2) November 15, 2019
Jaela shuddered. Don’t let her say it!
Jaela’s mother looked her squarely in the eye. “It’s time you knew the truth. Jay Andrews was not your real father.”
There he was, four years past his marriage deadline, sitting on the porch of his lonely house, once again reliving the moment Amy shoved the ring into his hand and tearfully told him she wasn’t ready to settle down.— Jessica Marie Holt — Author (@Jessica06311722) November 15, 2019
Five months later, she married someone else.#CleanWIP
Still untitled, but going great!#cleanwip #WritingCommunity #amwriting pic.twitter.com/vaPJsLWYWq— 🌷Jax🌷 (@Jax_0401) November 15, 2019
We publish each day except Saturday. ~ Sunday through Thursday, we host a theme-based hashtag game & create collaborations with many #CleanWIP tweets. https://t.co/Ujy9BVU7X3 Fridays are sans theme. https://t.co/i8vx0AKUil We want CLEAN laundry. Give us something we can use.— CleanWIP Magazine (@cleanwip) November 15, 2019
We hope you enjoy the following breakfast teaser from the first chapter of Linda Ellen‘s award winning historical romance, Sweet Love at Honey Landing: A Mail Order Bride Story – with a Twist! (Maple Heights Series Book 1). Since we’re jumping in mid-conversation, it might be helpful to note that Noah is already sporting a milk mustache when we begin eavesdropping. We haven’t read the entire book, but based on the title of the book and the happenings in the first chapter, we strongly suspect a wedding will ensue before the end of the third book.