Lucky Seven WIP Lines: Apollo Style!

Hello Aledans! I was tagged by two people this week for the Lucky Seven meme that’s been going around for a while, and since last time I used seven lines from NAMELESS (and it was even from my favorite scene – score!) I thought this time I’d use seven lines from APOLLO AND DAPHNE, which I read through last week to get into editing mode.

In case you forgot, the rules are: Go to page 7 or 77 of your current manuscript. Scroll down to line 7. Then post the 7 lines following from there, exactly as they are!

Enjoy!

Apollo and Daphne, Gian Lorenzo Bernini
Apollo and Daphne, Gian Lorenzo Bernini

Daphne laughed. “No. I mean she’s not into guys. She likes girls, moron.”

“Oh.” Apollo blushed and looked at Athena once more. She didn’t look like his idea of a lesbian, but he supposed he probably didn’t look like her idea of a girlfriend killer. “Wait, does that mean that you and her-“

Daphne snorted. “Hardly. We’re practically sisters. But don’t be getting any romantic ideas about me, my friend. I don’t date.”

“You don’t date anyone?”

“Anyone. Male or female. I don’t have time for it, and for the most part high school boys are dickheads.”

~~~~~

I would link you to the lovely Aledans who tagged me, but both posts are hidden behind a Facebook friends-only tag.

But now I’m tagging all of you! Either reply in the comments or write your own post and link it here 🙂

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Rebecca Enzor

Rebecca Enzor is a chemist in Charleston, SC who writes Young Adult and New Adult Fantasy and Magical Realism. Repped by Eric Smith of P.S. Literary. Her debut novel, SPEAK THE OCEAN, comes out with Reuts Pub in Fall 2018!

15 thoughts on “Lucky Seven WIP Lines: Apollo Style!”

    1. Me either 😉 But there’s that whole editing thing to do first. And then the querying thing. And then more editing, and submission. And then more editing. And then a cover reveal! 😉

      And then it will be published 😛

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