Six Sentence Sunday – Theseus’ mother

Good sunday everyone! 🙂 Life has been hectic yet again – but I didn’t want to miss sss! So here is another excerpt from my novella about the Minotaur (first draft). The Satyr has planted a doubt in Theseus’ head: is his father Aegeus, like he’d always thought, or Poseidon, a god? He hasn’t seen his mother in some time, but now he goes to her, to satisfy his curiosity.

“Theseus.” Her voice, so familiar, low and rich, brought an ache to his heart that he’d forgotten. A sharp breath tore through his lungs. He’d missed her.

What a bad idea this was. “Listen, I won’t stay long.” Questions wanted to pour from his lips – how have you been, have you missed me too? – but he kept them down with an effort.

I am guilty of giving you more than 6 sentences again (7) – I hope you’ll find it in your heart to forgive me. 🙂

I won’t be online on sunday, but on monday I will check out the others’ posts.

Check them out yourself here!

Happy sunday all!


About chrystallathoma

Welcome to my blog. My name is Chrystalla and I am a Fantasy, Science Fiction and Romance author. I am Greek Cypriot and I like to write about fantastical creatures, crazy adventures, and family bonds. I live in Cyprus with my husband and my vast herds of books. I write fantasy, science-fiction and romance, often all mixed up. View all posts by chrystallathoma

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