#SnippetSunday 9: Twisting my arm

It’s the first Snippet Sunday and Weekend Writing Warriors of March.   The story so far has its own, dedicated page for catching up purposes.  It’s a bit of a short one.  Good news, though: we’ve found Charlie!


 

“You can’t compel me.  I have a right to refuse treatment.”  My arms are bound, I can’t get them free, I’m tired but I keep pulling.  The IV twists in my arm; it hurts with every movement, but that’s hardly a reason to stop.  “You hear me?  I refuse treatment; get it off me!”

No one is listening.  There’s a slamming sound across the room, the door opens a second later, and a hospital bed rolls in with a guy handcuffed to it.  With Shane handcuffed to it.  Someone beat the hell out of him.


There’s my Snippet for the week, I hope you enjoyed it.  If you did, I encourage you to leave a comment, perhaps explore the rest of my site, and maybe Sign Up for my mailing list.  All it takes is a name and an email, the cover of Headless is coming to that list on 3/17 everyone else is going to have to wait a bit.  That’s in addition to the free copy of Break you get your hands on automatically, just for signing up, plus an exclusive short story coming a couple months down the road.

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