The Eyes Of A Fetch (Excerpt 420) Small Notebook

Crispin tips his head down and looks up at Marcus with his eyes as he pulls a small notebook from his jacket. His actions are theatrical, as if he were a magician offering up a trick. The book he holds is very thin and looks relatively new. Marcus recognizes it immediately. Crispin flips to the opening page displaying the words, Last Testament, signed with Arrosa Valente’s signature. He presses it up against the glass for them to read while he looks to the side not at all interested in their reactions.

“What?” questions Destry as she reads the words and then glances at Marcus.

“I found that book in your Grandmother’s library. It was stuck in an old photo album,” states Marcus almost in a whisper. “Then I ended up on the floor with a crack to my head.” He says loudly as his eyes grow narrow while looking back at Crispin. “What are you up to?” Marcus asks, Crispin turns and looks him in the eye.

“Don’t throw out the dirty water until you have the clean water in. I promise you, I am here as a friend.” States Crispin as he pulls the book away from the glass door. He holds it down to his side as he stands there waiting to enter.

Man teacher reading holding old book thinking

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3 responses

  1. Is this part of a story?

    June 13, 2014 at 5:47 am

    • Hello, thanks for inquiring. Yes, this is a snippet from my second ebook. I post short excerpts each day and I hope you can pop in every little bit to see what happens next. 😀 Thanks for visiting and have a wonderful weekend!

      June 13, 2014 at 7:48 am

      • Oh..yes..youve got a very nice style of writing..enjoy dropping by your blog and will deftly continue to do stop by mine too..your feedback and comments are greatly anticipated and appreciated …Thank you..and wish you a wonderful weekend too.. 🙂

        June 13, 2014 at 9:29 am

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