Weekend Writing Warriors ~ 7/12/15 Crashing Through Time



Welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors!

I was so distracted last week, I forgot to sign up officially. So I posted unofficially, but was unable to visit any sites. So I decided to go back in time and repost my 10 sentences from  last week. Sort of apropo for a time travel, don’t you think?  So I’ve 10 lines from Crashing Through Time that follow just a little after last week before last ‘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 and falls down it.

Corrine sat up, gasping for breath. She tried to turn her head every way at once, peering into the forest, suddenly on alert. Gray pitted bricks loomed to her left. Time to get the hell away from that thing.

She bounded up and backed away from the well, not wanting to turn her back on it. Shouldn’t she have landed at the bottom of the damned thing?

Brushing grass and dead leaves from her skirt, which must’ve been filthy by now, she picked her way toward a lighter patch in the woods. Anticipation urged her on, and she gathered speed until at last she stumbled out into brilliant sunlight that warmed her to the bone.

She stared down the field.

No airplane.

 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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10 Responses to Weekend Writing Warriors ~ 7/12/15 Crashing Through Time

  1. This is a fabulous box set and a great snippet.


  2. Carrie-Anne says:

    That has to be a hair-raising moment, bound to make her even more panicked than before.


  3. I love those surprise moments in stories, and you do it so well. What a fun book!


  4. melissakeir says:

    Great story! There’s nothing like being lost, that will give you nightmares.


    • Jenna Jaxon says:

      I agree, Melissa. Being lost in the woods is no joke. When I go to the Adirondacks every summer I stay with my friends when we walk in the woods, because I’d never be found if I got separated from them! Thanks so much for visiting!


  5. Kim Magennis says:

    Very apt time warp Jenna. As a recent victim of missing the boat, my consolation. I enjoyed the tension you created in this piece.


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