Sorry it's been a while guys. Apparently in the state of Hawaii a one week Spring Break isn't good enough, this year they decided to make it two weeks. Which means I've still got the monkeys at home, which slows my writing time down considerably. But, you'd be proud... because I'm still making time whenever I've got a minute to spare.
So I've got a little bit of an update available for you! An excerpt of Hook, Trisha's first impressions:
First thing Trisha noticed was the eyes. So dark they appeared almost inky in the candlelight room. Flecks of silver, like stardust, rimmed the irises. She’d never seen eyes like his before, but beyond their color was their shape and the length of his lashes. Lashes a woman would envy, long and curled at the tips and a shade of black that she could only achieve with mascara.
The second was the set of his broad lips. They weren’t full, or too thin, but just right as Goldilocks’ might have said.
And the third was that he had a sword pointed at her neck and was pushing in enough that she knew blood would spill if she even breathed too hard.
Hook is probably my most villanous of the five. But really, he had to be, right? He wouldn't be Hook if he wasn't. ;)
Also, I'm halfway done with it now!! I hate to set deadlines because life rarely works out that way, especially with self-publishing, but I can say I'm making very steady progress. ;)