Minor characters kick major butt!

Here’s mine:

“What did I forget this time?”

“You forgot to shut up.”

“He doesn’t know how to do that,” I said with a half-shrug.

“Oh, you’re in no position to talk,” Wendy scoffed, turning to roll her eyes at me. “You’re even dumber than your idiot brother.”

“Excuse me?”

“You heard me. And if you weren’t already moping around like an abandoned little puppy, I’d have told you that sooner.”

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Mistress Ann

P.S. – Yeah, I went waaay over A FEW lines…

2 thoughts on “Minor characters kick major butt!

  1. Here’s mine from Two with a whole lot of minor characters . . .

    “You missed dinner,” Elise looked at him reproachfully. “Daddy said we could stay up till you got here.”
    “I made a wand in preschool today,” Eve told him, her little hand jabbing his cheek as she spoke.
    “Cool,” he replied as he headed for the kitchen. “Maybe you could solve my case with your magic wand so I don’t miss dinner again.”
    Eve giggled, “I could make you a princess.”
    “Actually, sweetie, I think Uncle Ryan already has a princess in mind.” Mark grinned mischievously at them as they entered the kitchen.

    http://myBook.to/TwoCountToTen

    Eek, mine is kinda long too!

  2. Okay, I didn’t want to be left out in the longness (Yeah, I know that’s not a word and with a dirty mind sounds…er…dirty. lol)

    Kat walked in behind her and stood close to Aubrey as she shined the light around the room. The room wasn’t large. Four walls with no windows, a set of chains hanging directly in front of them. She took her time covering each wall.
    Dirt. Dark. Damp.
    She swung the light again, deciding she couldn’t ignore the chains anymore.
    “Anything? ‘Cause if you are, you are taking it more remarkable than I thought,” Kat whispered.
    “Nothing.”
    “Hmm, well, that sorta sucks.”
    Aubrey looked at her and smiled. “I’m so glad you’re here. You’ve made this easier. I can’t believe I still can’t remember.”

    http://mybook.to/EscapingMemories

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