Six Sentence Sunday – The Lady #SixSunday

DebE —  November 18, 2012 — 5 Comments

Hey all! Giving Six Sentence Sunday another blast.

Anyway, with Healer’s Touch due to be released early next year, I thought I might work on garnering some interest.

Image of main antagonist, Braph


A brief background: Braph, my antagonist, is travelling with the intention of finding Llew, my protagonist. In the following scene, he has just arrived in her home country (luckily at the other end).

The Lady Pancetelle wasn’t much of a lady in Braph’s opinion. His ears had been assaulted by foul language throughout the journey, she smelled as bad as the Ryaen docks, and no-one could accuse her of being sleek: there was a definite swelling around her middle. She’d also been a rough ride, but he could excuse her a great deal: at least she had carried him safely to Ryaen.

He scratched his beard, sweeping his eyes over the docks. Dirty, stinking and noisy, the scene offended his senses. Sea birds squawked overhead, showering departing passengers in green and white guano.

* * *

And again, here’s a blurb:

Llew has a gift. Her body heals itself from any injury—but at a cost to anyone nearby.

 In a country fearful of magic, freeing yourself from the hangman’s noose by wielding forbidden power brings dangers of its own. After dying and coming back, Llew drops from the gallows into the hands of Jonas: the man carrying the knife with the power to kill her—permanently.

 The last of his warrior race, Jonas is haunted by memories of his loved ones. At his side, the cursed knife that took their lives, which also acts as a cruel reminder of his pain. Jonas has learned the hard way that caring for others means their death.

 Jealous of his half-brother’s celebrated strength and speed, Braph created the device that gives him the power to perform magic, any magic. But it needs fuel—the blood of a healer …

Feel free to click on the links on the right that let you sign up to follow this blog, or follow me on Facebook or Twitter. I’ll let you know when the book comes out, don’t you worry about that! Currently slated for “early  2013″ release, so not too far away!

Oh, and if you’re still not interested, here’s what my publisher has to say:

“Healer’s Touch is quirky, fast-paced, deliciously humorous and suitable for both the YA and adult market. With Wild West and Steampunk homages throughout – you can’t help but admire Deb E’s talent. Cross genre, cross style, but pure brilliance.” — Kristell Ink

Of course, they may have an ulterior motive for saying such nice things…




Deb E was born in New Zealand’s North Island, but her parents corrected that within months, moving south to Dunedin and staying there. Childhood nights were spent falling asleep to cover versions of Cliff Richard and the Shadows and other Rock ’n Roll classics played by her father’s band, and days were spent dancing to 45 LPs. Many of her first writing experiences were copying down song lyrics. She graduated to scientific reports when she studied a nematophagus fungus in the Zoology department of the University of Otago, trading all traces of popularity for usefulness… then traded both for fiction. Mum of one human & four fur-babies.

5 responses to Six Sentence Sunday – The Lady #SixSunday


    I love how clearly his distaste for his transport and the docks comes across in this very vivid six. Great work.

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