New Project

So you will notice that I have started a new project. It is called 7 Deadly Sins. I only was able to post the intro tonight, but I really had to get the ball rolling on this project, it has been eating at my mind for quite some time. This story will be about a woman in her old age, looking back at her life and seeing her past lovers in terms of the seven deadly sins, until the final one…redemption. You get the point right? I have been working on my novel, but I just needed to take a little break and travel down a different path for a bit.

Much Love~ Ash

Intro to 7 Deadly Sins

It wasn’t until she was much older, sitting in her living room and smiling at the pictures of her family as they surrounded her, that she realized her past had come together in a most unique way. Her past lovers had been her downfall, her seven deadly sins so to say, and they all led up to this moment right now. She was never one to have any regrets in her life and even after thinking back to all of her indiscretions she was still proud of the woman she had become.

            With nothing to keep her busy anymore, she fished around for pen and paper. Perhaps she would jot it down and hide it somewhere. Surely whoever would find it would be in for a juicy read. She chuckled as she let her mind wander back to the days when her whole life was ahead of her, rather than behind her.

            As she searched for a pen she crossed paths with an old mirror hanging on the wall. She stared deeply into her reflection, admiring her wrinkles and sparsely scattered age spots. Her brown hair had long since been streaked with gray hair, giving her a settled in life look. Her hair had somehow become curly over the years, she never could figure out why; perhaps it was the occasional perms she had subjected her hair too. Long ago, before marriage and children and houses and pets she was a fine looking young woman. With a sigh she smiled into the mirror and watched the crows feet crinkle around her eyes as her hand located a pen. 

© Ashley M. Nee 2012