April 2, 2014

From 'Open World--Continuum' ~ a Mid Week Tease #urbanfantasy #MWTease

Welcome to the middle of the week!
Mid Week Tease is an event, sponsored by the wonderful Ms. Sandra Bunino, where authors are spotlighting a few lines or a paragraph or two from their stories. Readers, you get to sample some delicious snippets and be teased, titillated and tantalized into the weekend!

My contribution to MWT this week is from one of the next books I'm working on in my erotic urban fantasy series, C.O.V.E.N.. It's called Open World--Continuum. This book continues with the world I created in AFK , my story in the Evernight Publishing anthology, Keyboards & Kink and the with the LAN party in book 1 Open World. Enjoy!

* Something was different.
* He felt like he’d been walking forever through the arid landscape. Ultra-fine, sandy particles covered his black duster coat. Dried on dirt layered his black military boots, and he was glad he couldn’t see them in the dark. He hated filthy boots.
* Regardless of the muck of travel clinging to him, he continued on, and with each step, the phrase repeated.
* Something was different.
* Though they’d all found themselves on a role playing board where they all had control of situations, there was still a base theme the improvisation worked around. It almost felt like that theme had been tampered with.

Find out more about Open World here: Website.

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12 comments:

  1. I love a black duster coat. Loved your sweet short tease today, Casey!

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    1. I like the coats too. DH has one that he looks fab in. ;) Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment!

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    1. You're welcome. Hope you enjoyed it! :)

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  3. Great descriptions, Casey. You have a great knack for world building.

    Thanks for teasing!

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    1. Thanks, Sandra. Your compliment made my day. :)

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  4. He should probably listen to his instinct. Nice teaser.

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    1. Perhaps... but by not doing so he comes across something great. ;) Thanks for stopping by.

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  5. Love the sense of foreboding in this.

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  6. Really descriptive tease...*shivers*

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  7. Great tease, great descriptions.

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  8. This --> It almost felt like that theme had been tampered with.<-- Intrigued me. Nice tease!

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