Snippet Sunday 20/10/2013 - Journey to Her Dreams

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My Snippet Sunday today is  from "Journey to Her Dreams"

Would you travel around the world to uncover the reason for your dreams?

Hollie Anderson does.

A young woman from Tasmania who lives on a farm just outside Launceston, she has got good looks, likes her job and loves to hang out with her friends. She should be happy, right?

But it’s a recurrent dream that throws her daily life into chaos and takes her on a journey to Ireland. While on her quest for answers she meets Sam in Dublin under unusual circumstances and both women, so different in many ways, find out they have one thing in common - and it changes their lives forever.

“You know. They want him as an executive in their company in Sydney, but they’re sort of watching him to see how he’s handling the job in Launceston.”
She sat down. “Great!” she said wryly.
But he missed the sarcasm. “I know. It’d be a great move.”
Hollie rolled her eyes and threw a towel at her friend. “For someone who apparently is so intuitive, you’re currently offline it seems.”
He cleared his throat. “Don’t tell me you didn’t know.”
She stood up and took her towel. “I think I need a nice shower.”


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  1. Now I want to know what they have in common. Nice hook.

  2. Apparently, she didn't know? Or doesn't want to talk about it?

    Is the 'him' they're talking about someone Hollie cares for?

    1. "Him" is indeed Hollie's boyfriend. Thanks for stopping by Sarah!

  3. I'm wondering if the blog formatting is confusing lines? Does this "But he missed the sarcasm. “I know. It’d be a great move.” go with the person speaking in the above it?

    Intriguing though it seems that neither of them knows what the other does.
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    1. Nope, formatting is right ...
      Thanks for stopping by, Cindy

  4. Nice avoidance on her part...

    1. LOL - the shower? Always good, isn't it :-)
      Thanks for stopping by PT