Happy Friday, everyone! It has been a long week, and and I don't know about you, but I am very thankful that March is over.
Not to rub it in, but it will be in the high 60s this weekend. We have a Bible Quiz (Boy made it to Districts!) tomorrow, which will give me plenty of time to not-work.
It is reading weather everywhere in the US, it seems... We in the Pacific Northwest will simply have "outside reading" weather while everyone else is bundling up and reading by a heat source.
I am still working on "Sins Against Us." In honor of finally getting to March, here are three paragraphs from my current WIP:
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Drawing on all of his training from a young adulthood full of scouting and tracking, Devlin easily found Polly’s tracks and followed them. Judging by the scrapes in the dust on the warehouse floor, she was panicked. Seeing the fear in her stride, Devlin lost all of his. His protective nature took over. His breathing slowed, his hands stopped shaking. He was on a mission. When it was over and he could debrief, then he would allow himself to experience all of those emotions again, but for now, it was time to act. It was time to go once more into the breach.
The only thing Devlin could hear was the pounding of the rain on the windows and the roof two stories above.
That must have been the reason why he didn’t hear the attacker.