8 Sentence Sunday on Dieselpunks #9
This snippets is part of the episode I already written about in 8 Sentence Sunday on Dieselpunk #7
Ghost Trilogy is a ghost story, so of course there are ghosts and spirits involved with humans. I like this aspect of the story a lot and I worked very hard to make it interesting, but also as believable as possible in a setting that is otherwise as historical and realistic as I could make it.
Because my main characters (so, Blood included) are Lakota, I leaned heavily on Native American – of course foremost Lakota – beliefs about spirit and the connection between spirits and humans. It was a very nice journey of discovery for me.
“I’m not doing it again,” she said.
Blood leaned on the table toward her. “You needn’t be scared, Cindy,” he said. “Spirits are just like humans. You can trust most of them. You should be wary of some others. And a few of them, you’d better avoid altogether.”
She looked at her hands clasped tight on the tabletop and chuckled softly, bitterly, shaking her head.
Did you enjoy my snippet?
If you didn’t, I’m sorry (shed one tear), I’ll try better next time, so don’t give up on me.
If you did, here’s a few things you might want to do.
- If you are a dieselpunk or steampunk writer, you might want to join the 8 Sentence Sunday on Dieselpunks ‘challenge’. Head over to Dieselpunks, sigh up and look for the 8 Sentence Sunday on Dieselpunks thread. And join the fun!
- If you are a dieselpunk or steampunk writer and you have a blog, you might want to post eight sentence from your work on Sunday and share it. Make sure to leave a link in the comment box below and I’ll be sure to visit.
- If you are a historical writer and you have a story or more sent in the Twenties too, you might want to post eight sentence from your work on Sunday and share it. Make sure to leave a link in the comment box below and I’ll be sure to visit.
- If you are a dieselpunk or steampunk writer, or if you are a historical writer writing in a Twenties setting or if you are just a reader, by all means leave a comment below. I’ll never oppose to that.