Weekend Writing Warriors ~ 6/28/15 Crashing Through Time



Welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors!

Since my time travel novella, Crashing Through Time, released in the boxed set Crashing Into Love, is so new, I’m sticking with it for this week as well .  So I’ve 10 or so lines from it that follow just a little after last week’s snippet.



This is the middle of the first chapter. Corrine has crash landed in a sightseeing plane on the coast of Cornwall in England. She’s gone into the woods to have a “private moment” and hears a strange noise. She then sees a well and is drawn to it .

The volume of the jingling glass choir no longer felt painful, although it was certainly much louder than when she’d begun walking toward it. Had someone put an amplifier in an abandoned well? Had she stumbled upon some sort of bizarre entertainment? She didn’t think so, because the rest of the forest was still. Not even any birds chirping; of course, she couldn’t have heard them if they were. What the hell was going on here?

Curiosity replaced fear and she stepped up to the structure until the well’s rim pressed into her stomach. Taking a deep breath, she leaned over the edge, peering into the darkness. The angelic choir hit a single high note with the force of a gale wind. Her head filled with an eerie white light, she swayed over the edge, and plunged into the inky depths.


 Crashing Through Time is available in Crashing Into Love and can be found on Amazon for just .99!

That’s all for this week. Hope you enjoyed it!

And don’t forget to check out the rest of the Warriors here.  There’s some fantastic snippets to be read.




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21 Responses to Weekend Writing Warriors ~ 6/28/15 Crashing Through Time

  1. Eden says:

    Now someone needs to find the Old Man With The Ladder so he can fetch her… oh, wrong book.

    Sounds coming out of wells on islands you’ve just crash-landed on do NOT seem to be the best things to check out without someone nearby to help pull you back out.

    (Love the details and how you built the sense of foreboding.


  2. Ed Hoornaert says:

    I’m reminded of the Sirens who lured mariners to their deaths by singing. Nice descriptions.


  3. Oh my! What a great cliffhanger! Love the way you pull the reader along, make us want to find out what the noise is all about. Fab snippet:).


  4. melissakeir says:

    How exciting! Wells are always filled with danger!


  5. Carrie-Anne says:

    I’m sure she’s already regretting indulging her curiosity! Now it’s too late to go back.


  6. Ooh, love this! I got dizzy right long with her…wonderful description, especially the detail about the birds falling silent. Excellent excerpt!


  7. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!Too late. She’s fallen and you have written brilliantly enough to sell many books.


  8. That is an outstanding snippet, Jenna. What a great way to explain what happened to her. 🙂


  9. Cara Bristol says:

    No, don’t look into the well! 🙂 Seriously, I can see why she would look.


  10. Kim Magennis says:

    Jenna, what a brilliant cliff hanger! PLEASE post the next lines next week!


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