Weekend Writing Warriors: Gargoyle banter #8Sunday
Welcome to my first official Weekend Writing Warriors post. Last week I did a Six Sentence Sunday (the Facebook group) with a sheepishly added extra two sentences for any warriors passing through. No more as I am legit now!
So, I’m going to share more from Wild West Succubus since it’s finished now (yay!)
In this eight, let’s see some banter between Hugo, a gargoyle (he’s a man, though, not a monster), and Priscilla, a succubus. Hugo speaks first, Priscilla second:
“I suppose if I ever met a woman such as you’ve described, I might feel challenged at first. But in the end, I might find her worthy.” His eyes widen and mouth gapes, baiting me with his audacity.
“The problem is only an intelligent man can recognize an intelligent woman. A fool is incapable.”
“Are you calling me a fool, Pris?”
I bat my lashes with exaggeration. “Why Mr. Desmond, if you have to ask, then you already have your answer.”
Comments always appreciated!
Now, check out some other eight sentence excerpts from other Weekend Writing Warriors: