Shelley Stoehr (@ShelleyStoehr), another one of my Twitter connections, has submitted a short for my Return to Dune Towers artwork and my visual writing prompt challenge. Check it out ...
Leilana stopped short of the towers, awed by their beauty, their power.
Yes, they still held sway over her, even twelve long years after she'd gone. Now, as she hovered over the dunes on a stolen helioboard, less than a parcel from the towers, she wondered if she even had a place there anymore. Would they even let her in? Did they dare?
Leilana licked her chapped lips to no avail. Her mouth was too parched, gritty with sand. Her guide had abandoned her many parcels ago, taking her provisions with him. Ethan's threats had gotten to the poor bastard, probably. And the copter in the distance? No doubt it, too, belonged to Ethan and he was looking for her. Ethan had promised—threatened—never to let her go without a fight. Fucker.
As she saw it, Leilana had but two choices: turn and rush over the sands as fast as the helioboard would carry her, away from the towers, away from Ethan, away, away… perhaps to burn up in the desert heat or to be eaten by the wandering Heglans or to perish from a thousand other dangers.
Or onward. To the gate.
So wonderful to have so many submissions, lately. :D
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Wish to participate in the challenge? If so write a short for this artwork, and I'll post it with links to your website and/or network profiles.
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Onto wrapping up the next book
Until next time ...
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