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Sin’s Iniquity – Chapter 14

Author Note: Wow! The response to my last note was amazing. I loved the sililoquies that were born from just that. For the past few days I was feeling kinda depressed because along with that predicatable email, I got this really awful review about Sweet Reunion and I wasn’t feeling nothing. Matter of fact there were times in the middle of the night I wanted to shuck this whole story because I was actualy scared because I didn’t think I could make it good. It’s really difficult to weave this story out. More difficult than all the others because I know what’s to happen and for some reason I don’t want it to happen and I’m trying to figure an out for Sinclaire but as with all things it’s inevitable, because sometimes in life we can’t fight fate or destiny and in my sick mind, this was Sinclaire’s fate from the get go. I dnt’ know, maybe I’m getting depressed about that fact, more than the comments because most times bad critism of my work doesn’t faze me. There have been some great novels I read that I thought were the worst and like many other people I speak to, I still don’t get toni morrison as much as I try or Terry McMillian. (matter of fact, reading TM makes my brain hurt) and I know that’s just awful to say because some people would disown me for saying that outloud, but I just can’t do the first person switching people thing. (head hurting just thinking about my waiting to exhale experience).

In any case, you’re right Suprina. All romances are supposed to have a happy ending or HEA, but I’ve decided just not the one that you all want.

Delores all I can say is WOW!!!! Your analysis of this story is just WOW!!!! Even I’m taking notes. I had a timeline which i made a mistake and threw out like a dumbbutt and now I have to make another one just to make sure that I got my dates up to par when the real suspense ride begins.

Cinquetta: I’m sorry to have made you so upset and yes, I do consider us Cyberbuddies, LOL.

Okay, here’s the deal, I’ll work on a happy ending. Yes, Sinclaire deserves one and even Dwight does too after all he’s been through. But you remember, in order to get to the sun we must first weather the storm.



Sin’s Iniquity – Chapter 14 (c) 2007 Sylvia Hubbard

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