Six Sentence Sunday #13 – On My Own

Now that the official Six Sentence Sunday is over, I’ve decided to continue on my own, or until I find a group resuming it.  I’m starting with the opening sentences of my debut book, Highland Healer.

Enjoy my first solo Six Sentence Sunday!

They brought the man into the tent on a makeshift stretcher, bound and unconscious. A hunting plaid of muted earth tones draped over his broad chest and across one muscular shoulder, where it fastened to his tunic with a simple brass pin. Quartz crystals decorated the open ends of a braided gold torc at his throat. That fact alone, that jewelry remained on his person, told Aileana that he was being accorded special treatment, not robbed like the common soldiers fallen on the field of battle. He would be a warrior, probably a laird, of the clan that Colbridge fought today.

Highland Healer is now available in both print and ebook formats from Amazon,  The Wild Rose Press, and other retailers.  

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9 comments on “Six Sentence Sunday #13 – On My Own

  1. Terrific description. I haven’t read it yet, but I’ve downloaded this one. This reminds me why I love reading historicals. Great snippet. I’ve decided to continue posting on Sunday as well. Glad to see I’m not the only one!

  2. susanroebuck says:

    I like Highlander stories..so this is just the right teaser.

  3. This was very well done. Love his description and looking forward to reading more. :-)

  4. Jess Schira says:

    I love all the visual cues you worked into this snippet. Well done!

  5. laurakayeauthor says:

    I really enjoyed this book!

  6. willablair says:

    Thanks, Susan and Brenda!

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