Monday, 29 April 2013

Y is for Yesterday


Yesterday is something each character views differently in Sacrifice Her.

Just yesterday Kale was alone with his camel and then a dehydrated girl crosses his path.

Deidra was about to be sacrificed and she recalled her own yesterdays as a servant living a Middle Class life.

Lord Brinn probably wished the next day never came so that he wouldn't have to chase a runaway sacrifice through the desert.

But yesterday is gone and all these characters can look to is the future. What kind? You;ll have to wait until Fall 2013 to find out.

17 comments:

  1. Yesterdays might be gone, but they sure have an impact on our present and future.
    Great post

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  2. In other words, we are all waiting until tomorrow to find out!

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  3. Yesterdays are powerful things! They can change everything about todays :)

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  4. Hmmm....well, from what we've seen of Faux City, this month, the future isn't that bright for some... :)

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  5. So much can be said for yesterdays. But they are behind us. It's important to care for the present as it is yesterday's and today's decisions that can impact our future.

    It will be a joy to see what the future holds for Faux City.

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  6. I wouldn't be happy about having to run after somebody in the desert either.

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  7. Hopefully they all learn from their yesterdays, and bring that knowledge into their today.

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  8. what hard lives you've given your characters! poor things!
    so awesome how you've offered so many bits of perspective on sacrifice her this month!

    and thanks for visiting me faithfully!
    i'm highlighting you on reflections day!

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  9. Yes, interesting. Yes, today we agree, in my title also yesterday. Our references yesterday are today. Greetings.

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  10. Can't change yesterday anyway. Might as well move on.

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  11. Interesting group of articles for A-Z. All we can focus on and change is today but by tomorrow, we should be happy with what we did yesterday. :-)

    Sia McKye OVER COFFEE

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  12. That is unless your book includes time travel! Could happen. :)

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  13. Fall 2013 seems so far away! I can't wait to find out. :)

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  14. You can learn a lot for "yesterday's" as history seems to repeat itself.

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  15. LOL How can you not be intrigued by the sentence 'Kale was alone with his camel' LOL

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  16. Ah, yes. Yesterdays help shape our characters. Well done, Sheena-kay! :)

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  17. And what a difference a day can make!

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