15 October 2012

Well Said: Words Written in the Shower Mist


A spooky shower scene from the Brightest Kind of Darkness.
"I tried to scream, but the words came out in a hoarse rasp. Movement along the bottom of the glass door drew my attention. A vertical line had formed at the base of the door, like an invisible finger was sliding through the fog. My legs wobbled, threatening to collapse as I followed its slow, meandering path upward. The line pointed to a message that had already been written on the glass. You can't save them all."
Review coming soon.

26 comments :

  1. ooooh sounds fabulous - can't wait to read your review!

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  2. Oooh...sounds creepy scary and yet oddly enticing!

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  3. Ohh...super creepy, but I love the writing! Can't wait to hear more about it. Love the cover too! :)

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  4. Whoa, so scary and intense! Can't wait for the review!! :)

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  5. OMG - way too spooky! The wobbly leg thing - that happens to me sometimes when I scare myself into being afraid of the dark and everything that moves in the dark.

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  6. That is perfect for this month! Why can't I save them all? :)

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  7. Ahhh! That is creepy. Looking forward to you review!

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  8. And at that point I would collapse in a quivering naked heap of wussiness. Seriously. I've heard nothing but positive things about this book, can't wait for your thoughts Juju!

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  9. I love it! Sounds extra creepy and that is a gorgeous cover!

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  10. Ohhhhh sounds so good. I have this one on my Wishlist, can't wait for your review as i haven't read many.

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  11. Oh my, that is chilling! I don't do creepy books... nope, not at all... {shivers!}

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  12. Ever since I saw the movies Psycho and What Lies Beneath I have lived in fear of the bathtub. So...this freaked me right out! Great teaser ;)

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    1. Pyscho eeek! Speaking of, did you hear of the new movie coming out about Hitchcock and him filming that movie?

      I can't remember if I saw What Lies Beneath.

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  13. Oh no... I am not sure I could read this - just this one paragraph has given me that feeling I get in my stomach when I'm scared!! Ack, I'm such a wuss.

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  14. I've had this book downloaded for so long now. I really need to get to it.

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  15. That is definitely very spooky!

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  16. Creepy! See I'm not sure if I can read it. I'm so lame :)

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