Today’s #CleanWIP theme and collaborative article is Horse. [More info]
The #CleanWIP theme for Wednesday, July 15 is HORSE.— CleanWIP Magazine (@cleanwip) July 15, 2020
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By the time Dorcas reached home that afternoon, she felt as if she’d been trampled by a horse and run over by the plow. – #ASpringtimeHeart by Marta Perry #PromiseGlen @berkleypub @penguinrandom #NetGalley #AmishFiction #booklover https://t.co/qTmuquL6Mu pic.twitter.com/qu17oQAcD3— Phyllis Helton (@amongthereads) July 12, 2020
#cleanWIP— Amy Klaus (@AmyKlaus6) July 15, 2020
“We don’t have time for you to play the hero, Nate. I’ll ride with her.” Alwin lifted Katherine onto a #horse. She pushed herself upright, holding fast to the horse’s wiry mane. “Naithan!” She struggled to find him in the darkness. Was he hurt? Were they under attack?
#CleanWIP (theme HORSE)— Katy Huth Jones (@KatyHuthJones) July 15, 2020
When she looked up, an arrow aimed down at them through a murder hole, and Nelwina urged her horse to move faster. This fortress was much more fortified than the smaller ones they’d visited along the way.
~ Scott R. Rezer ~
From my current WIP, The Gambit Queen…
Humphrey found his horse and mounted up with Thomas’ help. They rode back to regroup with the king, bloodied and worn. Isabella’s ring still hung from its chain around his neck. It bounced against his chest as he rode. He’d forgotten it when the cry for the halt had come. Lifting it to his lips, he kissed it, and concealing it once more inside his hauberk.
#CleanWIP Half-Price Bride: Clint slid the brush to the horse’s withers. “What do you say, Penny? Isn’t Emily the prettiest lady you ever saw?”— Laurean Brooks (@Laurean2) July 16, 2020
The horse nickered. “Sorry, girl. I meant, besides you. Emily's eyes are as blue as Texas bluebonnets. Just being around her addles me."
Q: What kind of horses go out after dark?— Ralph Nelson Willett (@NorthernOvation) July 14, 2020
#CleanWIP [Charlie] …carried on about how his little sister worked herself half to death preparing for this event. He was so proud of her. Knowing next to nothing about barrel racing and nervous about our first date, I mostly nodded my head in agreement as I watched him talk.— Earl Chinnici (@earlshelpdesk) July 15, 2020