Lucky Seven Meme, Lucky Me: Find out MY Lucky Seven

Lucky, lucky me! Three times lucky, in fact!

I’ve been tagged for the Lucky Seven Meme by three lovely writers over the course of the past week:  Dana Mason, Marina Sofia, and Melanie Robertson-King. Find out their Lucky 7 here:

Dana Mason’s Lucky 7

Marina Sofia’s Lucky 7

Melanie Robertson-King’s Lucky 7

Thanks to Dana, Marina and Melanie for the opportunity to play along.

Here are the rules of the game:

  1. Go to page 77 of your current manuscript or WIP.
  2. Go to line 7.
  3. Copy down the next 7 sentences and post them as written.
  4. Tag 7 authors.
  5. Let them know.

I’m using 7 lines, starting at line 7 on page 77, of my debut novel, Sophie’s Turn.

“Tim?”  I asked incredulously.  “You know Tim?  My boyfriend Tim?  Where is he?”

Even Dan’s saint-like patience was beginning to wear thin.  He packed me bodily over his shoulder, snatched my keys, locked up behind us and walked me down the road.

“Oooh, I like a forceful man,”  I giggled into his back.  “Just watch out for the boys in blue.  There’s a police station round the corner and they might get the wrong idea!”

Dan ignored me completely and kept trotting down the road in an awkward jog, me flopping over his shoulder like a sack of potatoes.

That’s my Lucky 7.

Now…who shall I tag? Let’s see 7 other writers…

I know each of these writers are busy with writing and editing. Hopefully they have some time for fun. Then again, if they don’t, I’ll understand.

Amanda Egan

Bonnie Trachtenberg

Elle Amberley

JK Hogan

Laura E James

Lucie Wheeler

Nancy S Thompson

Enjoy!!  Cheerio! :-) x

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4 responses to “Lucky Seven Meme, Lucky Me: Find out MY Lucky Seven

  1. Thanks, Nicky!! I did this meme a month ago. You can catch it here on my blog. But thanks so very much for the shout-out. And I love your excerpt. Can’t wait to read the whole book when it comes out!

  2. Nice 7, Nicky. I can’t wait to read the entire book. I like this game, it gives me the opportunity to get glimsps into other people’s work.

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