Saturday, December 3, 2005

The Pacific Between - An Excerpt A Week

She was sixteen, a fine blossom with short black hair and glasses, smitten with a fourteen-year-old Eurasian boy who spoke little Chinese but knew a thing or two about slow dancing. There were chocolate ice cream and lemon cakes. Paper stars and moons on the ceiling. Elvis Presley.

I don't remember her name.

(from the novel The Pacific Between)



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4 comments:

Dawno said...

Excerpt a week, huh. Gonna make me wait for my fix now. *sigh* There better be a bunny or two left then...

Ray Wong said...

Oh I can't keep up with the once-a-day thing. Besides, now you will be dying for a fix... hahaha!

September said...

All of these little excerpts are making me want the book (now) to fill in all the blanks in the middle.

Ray Wong said...

in less than 2 months!