BLOGWORDS – Friday 17 February 2017 – FIRST LINE FRIDAY – CISSY by ROBIN E. MASON
FIRST LINE FRIDAY – CISSY by ROBIN E. MASON
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Evil words. Words that should never have been spoken. Words that she should not have heard.
But she did. And she believed them.
Everything changed when Cissy heard those words that day. She was five.
What torment is wrought when wicked words are spoken? Can Cissy’s ravaged life be redeemed? Or will she wreak havoc on all who love her?
Can the lie be undone? Is there a word powerful enough to break the curse and undo the unsavory heritage?
AUTHOR’S NOTE: Cissy is not easy reading. She faces evil and succumbs to it. She is seduced at a young age, and learns to wield her body to manipulate and wound those most dear to her. There are no graphic scenes, but neither do my scenes merely allude to what is happening.
Cissy is the dark and gritty, high-tension climax to the unsavory heritage series.
THE FIRST LINE:
I hate you and I wish you was dead.” The window thrown wide, Cissy eavesdropped through the smudged glass of the attic window as her twin sister, Clara, permitted Virgil to kiss her, a token of their betrothal. Cissy welcomed the arctic air.
My ministry and my writing platform really become evident in this story—our words have power to shape our lives, either for good or for evil.
Women’s Fiction, Historical Fiction
I can’t rate it – I wrote it!
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