Lucky Seven Challenge

A month or so ago, Terra LeMay tagged me in the Lucky 7 Challenge.

The rules are:

Go to page 7 or 77 of your latest work. Read down to the seventh line and then post online the next seven lines or sentences. Then head off and tag seven more writers.

So, the following are the seven lines following the seventh line on the seventh page of my WIP “Miles Maltese and the Case of the Playboy Prince,” a novelette-cum-short story I’m currently working on:

Snow White had been Charming’s first bride, but according to the Gazette, it hadn’t lasted long. The lady had never married again. Not that she let it ruin her life. Everyone knew who Snow White was. The White entertainment empire was one of the biggest businesses in Fairy. Maybe the biggest. In addition to the White Castle restaurant chain, she was the CEO and owner of MMN, the Magic Mirror Network, the only twenty-four hour entertainment network in Fairy.

Tagging: I tag: Talya Tate, Sherry Ramsey, Nancy S. M. Waldman, Chuck Heintzelman, Jeff Baker, Matthew Quinn, and C. D. Covington. If you don’t want to play, or if you’ve already been tagged and don’t want to play again, feel free to ignore. If you haven’t been tagged and do want to play, feel free to comment, point to your blog, and join in.

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