Saturday, January 12, 2019

I couldn't help them if I was dead. Read an #8Sunday snippet from BUNNY OMEGA ON THE RUN #MPreg #PNR #LGBTQ #romance


Hello and welcome to another Weekend Writing Warriors post!

Thank you to all of you who visited my post last weekend! Today I'm continuing BUNNY OMEGA ON THE RUN, an MPreg Omegaverse Pop Star Shifter Romance, which I signed a contract for earlier this week with Decadent Publishing. I will keep you posted as it progresses towards being published. 

Set-up: Last weekend, Kish ran from the gunman as soon as he clicked the safety off. This snippet continues from there..


Over fences. Through yards. Down one alley after another. I didn’t stop. Couldn’t stop. My mom and siblings depended on me. I couldn’t help them if I was dead.

After what felt like forever, my thighs burned and chest ached. I had to stop. Or at least slow down.



Bunny Omega on the Run (Shifter Towers book one):

As a pop star, I never expected to find true love. Not in a world where everything is temporary and often fake. But then he ran into me. Not once, but twice. My tiger instantly recognized him as my mate. Now, I just have to convince Kish that what we have is real.

The oldest of ten kids, I saw what my mother went through after my father left. After that, I started taking blockers so I would never go into heat, never have kids. Because love was for the weak. And I was doing just fine on my own.

Then I met TK. Literally smacked right into him. But no matter how much I wanted it to be true, I refused to believe that he could love a bunny shifter from the wrong part of town.

Coming Soon


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33 comments:

  1. Love always your style and your taste.

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  2. I hope he's able to escape! The short sentences work very well at creating a tense mood.

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    1. Thank you, Carrie-Anne! 😊 More to come next week.

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  3. Congratulations on the contract. I hope you celebrated in an appropriately Decadent way!

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    1. Thank you, Ed! 😊 I had sushi from my favorite sushi place.

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  4. Adding my congrats on the contract. Great news. I love this line in the blurb: "...never have kids. Because love was for the weak. And I was doing just fine on my own." Gee, that sounds a little like Mara in my story today. LOL Love the imagery as Kish races from the gunman.

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    1. Thank you, Diane! 😊 Great minds think alike. 😁

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  5. Congratulations on the contract with Decadent! They are a great publisher. :) Loved this very fast paced snippet. Definitely puts you there pounding the pavement right along with him.

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    1. Thank you, Jenna! That was the feeling I was hoping to create. 😊

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  6. "...a bunny shifter from the wrong part of town." :-) I like the uniqueness of this! :-)

    Congrats on the contract! :-)

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  7. Good tense pacing! Question now is - is there any signs of pursuit?

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  8. I enjoyed the momentum in this short snippet. Congrats on the contract!

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  9. Wow, incredible sense of urgency here, both immediate and overall.

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    1. I'm glad I was able to portray that to you. Thank you, Christina! 😊

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  10. You really feel the tension here. Nice work!

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  11. Great imagery!
    Congrats on the contract!

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  12. Whew! I'm out of breath! Great sense of urgency!

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  13. Great little snippet. The pace and the anxiousness.
    Tweeted.

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  14. Lots of running! An energetic snippet to be sure - enjoyed reading it!

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    1. Yes, he's running for his life. Thank you, Veronica! :)

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  15. I've had this feeling in dreams where I'm running from something, sometimes while trying to protect a child or a pet. You captured the energy well.

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