This week my little snippet follows up where last week's ended.
This snippet was brought to you via my YA manuscript, DWARFED. As luck would have it, the first four sentences are on one side of a page break, while the remaining 2 were on the other.
He’s looking at the pigs, but based on his expression he doesn’t really see them. I can practically see the wheels spinning in his head. He must have come up with an idea, because eventually he jerks his chin towards the door, indicating that I should follow him. “C’mon, we’ve got a lot of work ahead of us if you’re serious about keeping that pig.”
Luke kicks the dark blue towel through the door and into the hallway where it joins the miniature mountain of soggy towels. He hooks his thumbs in the pockets of his jeans and surveys the tiny room.
The official list of the amazing writers participating in this week's Six Sentence Sunday.
If you want to know more about piglets born (farrowed) during the winter months, you should check out this post at the Righteous Bacon.
If you're new to my Sunday snippets and are completely confused, but would like to know more, I've compiled all of my snippets here.
Last, but not least, 1 sleeping piglet. I don't know about you, but I could cuddle it all day long :)