5/26/2013 – WeWriWa

Freedom_Isnt_Free8 Sentences from: Loyalties

These sentences immediately follow last week’s #8

He wasn’t sure if he could best her. They had maneuvered her so the sun shined in her eyes, but she still out-fought them. Each of the men bore several gashes on their uniforms, although none were bleeding. She’s holding her strokes! Clovis scratched his chin, hiding his smile.

The last time he’d seen anyone with such skill had been fifteen years before, during the Battle of Stryker Pass when the Rangers came to help the remnants of Galdona’s army stop the barbarian advance. Their leader, Ranger Dryn, was a mage and took command of the defenses. Could it be?


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46 thoughts on “5/26/2013 – WeWriWa

  1. Oh, Lord… The thought of what this woman could do if she was TRYING. So, I’m guessing he’s thinking she’s a mage? I’m wondering, too…

    • Hi, Joyce
      Thanks for reading and commenting – certainly does make it easier to keep “pounding the keys” to write.

    • Hi, Cindy.
      Thanks for stopping by and reading. No – this is the original Dryn that he knew πŸ™‚ Glad you enjoyed.

  2. I like this Clovis… and how he approves of and respects the main character. I like that a woman is besting the men, “holding her strokes” with the sun in her eyes, even. I would like to know this character better – she makes me smile! πŸ™‚

    • Hi, Susan.
      Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Glad you enjoyed it. Dryn is a fun character to write (so far)
      Another Susan πŸ™‚

    • Ann,
      Thanks for stopping by and reading/commenting. Hope you enjoyed. Thank you also for the compliment.

    • Hi, Linda
      Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Hope you enjoyed it.

      I tried leaving a comment on your #8Sentence but couldn’t πŸ™


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