Sunday Snippet, January 5, 2020

The good news is I found a cable for my external hard drive. (Or, rather, a friend of mine did. I told him what I needed and asked what to use as a search term to find it; he had me take a picture of the port on the hard drive and told me what it was. Before I could type “You’re awesome!” he’d sent me the link to it on Amazon.

The bad news is that there was nothing of note on there at all so I’m back to square one (or maybe zero) regarding the rest of what I have written. But I’ll keep looking. I know it’s somewhere!

Anyhow…

This follows from last week’s snippet.

“Please, can you help her?”

Gundrin nodded. “Go back to her and stay with her. I will join you in a few minutes.” Veren hesitated and he smiled. “It will be all right. For both of you.”

Veren let out a breath he hadn’t realized he was holding. “Thank you.” He turned and made his way back to the kitchen, relieved. And scared by what he was doing. If they found out it meant death, or worse.

For all of them

 

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5 responses to “Sunday Snippet, January 5, 2020

  1. Veren is putting a lot of faith in Gundren. I hope that faith is justified.

  2. High stakes here obviously. Enjoying the story, smooth snippet!

  3. Death for all of them if they are found out. I’m just a tad concerned. 🙂 Great snippet.

  4. smithandskarry1

    Gosh this is intense! I think I was holding my breath there too! Really hope Gundren can be trusted, a lot seems to hang in the balance!

  5. Please say Gundrin can be trusted. The stakes are so high.

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