Lucky Seven Meme Post

I was tagged on Facebook by Janet Lingel Aldrich for the Lucky Seven post. Here are the rules of the meme, according to Janet’s post:

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) (UPDATE: Tried to do on Facebook but they blocked me and wouldn’t let me post it. Sigh.) Anyway, I pick Jim Bronyaur, Donald Conrad, John Wiswell, Tomara Armstrong, Rebecca Besser, Rebecca Dobbie and Daniel Ritter (aka Reginald Golding). Will tweet you all the meme-goodness! Participation not required, but what the hell, eh?

My contribution is from my 2010 NaNoWriMo (a winner at 50k words, but not yet finished) The Mages of Morrow:

“Aye,” Ragan agreed. “We can try it. I’d like to see if it works, too. I’ve seen plenty of those old photon objects, like my knife…but I ‘aint never seen one that works. No one would mess with you if you had a weapon like that. Of course, a good blast on the highest setting would take care of our obstinate dragon, too.”

Tom grinned. “Ragan…if you power up this machine and it charges my photon packs, I’ll stick around…for a few days at least…to see if that dragon turns up. Then we’ll show it what for!”

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8 thoughts on “Lucky Seven Meme Post

  1. Thanks for tagging me Maria. I’m not playing along only because those lines are a hilariously pin-point spoiler of preposterous proportions.

    Good luck showing the dragon what for!

    • Thanks, Tomara. I hope I can finish it soon and start editing. The Muse likes to whisper other tempting nuggets in my ear to get me sidetracked. I think my Muse has ADD. 😉

      You don’t have to participate if you don’t want to and no worries about lateness. Just a kind of easy going little meme. I just tried to think of some folks who I suspected might be working on novels who’d like a chance to pre-pimp them a little. 🙂

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