There's a blog hop meme going around on Facebook called Lucky Seven, and Helen Howell tagged me to contribute. It looks like fun, so who am I to say no? Anyway, here are the rules:
1. Go to page 77 in your current manuscript
2. Go to line 7
3. Copy down the next seven lines as they are – no cheating
4. Tag 7 other authors (Done on Facebook)
Here is my Lucky Seven, from my soon to be released YA Paranormal, Ghost Betweens. Enjoy!
Having Whisper all to himself at lunch, though, helped ease the pain. After they finished eating, she even snuggled up against him a bit as they talked. It would have taken a lot to wipe the smile off of his face at that moment. What made it better was that he could swear he saw envious glances from some of the guys passing by.
When they got to Mr. Baxter's class after school, he was waiting for them by his computer. He hurried them over, and motioned for them to sit in the nearest desks.
"We have a lot to go over, and I don't want to keep you too late, so let's get started."