It's Sunday, and time for the WeWriWa and Snippet Sunday blog hop. There are lots of super talented writers, representing a variety of genres, participating this week. Be sure to take a few moments to check them out.
I'm contributing a snippet from my current WIP, Rendezvous with Destiny. It's a young adult story set in 1941, just a few weeks prior to the bombing of Pearl Harbor and explores the relationship between a German girl and an American boy.
My sincerest apologies for the roughness of my samples the past few weeks, and my most heartfelt thanks for all the advice and encouragement everyone has offered since I started posting snippets from this particular WIP. Rendezvous is still very much in the first draft phase and not yet the finest example of elegant writing. Every single piece of advice I've gotten has been golden, and done so much to improve the overall quality of Rendezvous, as well as my writing style.
He opened his eyes and found Rosika studying him. The corners of her mouth slant upwards and her eyes sparkle. “She must be special.”
“You’ve always like girls, but I’ve never seen you to go all moon-eyed over one. I’ve gotta admit it irritates me that you refuse to tell me who she is, I assume I know her.”
Ignoring her, David tucked her hand into the crook of his elbow and guided her around the front of the truck.