Tuesday, April 3, 2012

The Lucky Seven Meme

I recently received this award from Rena who writes the her own blog. The Lucky 7 Meme award is for writers, and it's a chance to showcase your latest manuscript. Here are the rules ...

1. Go to page 77 of your current manuscript.
2. Go to line 7.
3. Copy the next 7 sentences exactly how they're written. No cheating!
4. Tag 7 other writers to pass this meme on to.

Here is an excerpt from page 77 of my manuscript, THE WRITER'S HOUSE . . .

but the bigger question screaming in my head, the real question everyone wanted the answer to was WHO? Which one of us had done it? I had no idea. But, I knew one thing. One of us had. One of the few guests left alive was a cold blooded murderer.

I looked around the lobby, wondering which one of us was the heartless killer.

Kelly Matthews had shifty eyes. She never looked right at a person. She bobbed and weaved even when she was standing directly in front of a person. Her

Here are 7 writers I'd like to tag. Please check them out!

1) Cate Gardner
2) David Batista
3) Christina Farley
4) Jen on the Edge
5) Green Girl in Wisconsin
6) Ellen Oh
7) S.R. Johannes


Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

I'm totally doing this later this week!
Your book sounds pretty good based on that snippet!

Christina Farley said...

How fun! Thanks for tagging me.

David Batista said...

Thanks a lot, Kim. I don't usually do these, but because you were so kind I decided to join in on the fun! :)

You can view my entry here:

Cate Gardner said...

Thanks, Kim :D

Ello - Ellen Oh said...

Hi Kim! Thanks for always thinking about me! I'm going to pass this time only because I'm a bit crazy with several deadlines for a few things and also I'm dealing with my youngest being sick (spent all day in ER with her). She's doing a lot better now but it was definitely stressful!

So here's me thanking you for including me and enjoying your snippet very much!


Kim Kasch said...

Thanks everyone for playing along :) I think it's so fun to see what everyone's writing.

Ellen: So sorry to hear about your daughter. Hope she's well in no time at all :)