Six Sentence Sunday: WIP

Although I haven’t had a chance to work on it since before the move, I do have a new story in progress.

It’s set in the year 2173 and centers around three sex workers, i.e., whores, in the city. They share a house and are having breakfast, around mid-morning, before starting their day.


Luce sprinkled cilantro over the eggs and rosemary on the potatoes. Like everyone on The Row, they had a window herb garden.

Jaye was at the table wearing her fake silk kimono, one long slender leg drawn up to the seat. As Ean sat opposite her, he caught a glimpse of her cock and balls. He liked seeing her genitals, and she knew he liked it and often flashed him for fun. Today though, she was just tired and being lazy about covering up.


Three of Swords is on sale at Amazon for $1.99.

An old houseboat, a hot young guy, a couple of murders, and more mysterious keys than you can shake a stick at: this is what awaits Gray Vecello after his grandfather, Graham, is killed picking up high blood pressure pills.

A letter Graham left behind sends Gray and his unexpected ally, Cooper Key, on a journey downriver in an attempt to unravel the mystery surrounding an unknown treasure. On the way, they encounter both friends and enemies, one of whom will target Gray and Cooper for death. One thing working in Gray’s favor: he has the sight, just as Graham had, but will it be enough to save them both?

First book of the Precog in Peril series.

Joyfully Jay gave the series a rave, and it made their January favorites list.



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12 Responses to Six Sentence Sunday: WIP

  1. nobody says:

    whoa. this sounds good. is it menage? mwah.
    this is good news.

  2. Allison says:

    Looking forward to reading this, very intriguing!

  3. Nobody says:

    same here !!!

    • I will say one more thing: Ean is 16. And he’s a sex worker.

      Yes, this is the future I deal with in the book. And I will be self-publishing it, because I won’t change it for a publisher.

  4. suze294 says:

    Interested to see where you take this!

    • As usual, I have a general idea of the direction I’m going, and a few things I want to hit, but mostly, I’m flying blind. I prefer this. I like to be as surprised as the reader.

      (I did the same thing over the three books of Precog, and I’m still amazed at how well that turned out!)

  5. Elin Gregory says:

    This sounds both interesting and edgy. One knows in one’s head that there are plenty of sixteen year old sex workers, some of whom may be doing it by choice, but at a gut level it feels so wrong. Looking forward to seeing what you do with it.

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