Blind Sight launched March 1st so as part of the Blind Sight Blog Tour, it’s theme month for Picture it & Write. The rules have not changed, but all of our initial post will now be written using Blind Sight characters and have two paragraphs instead of one as Ermisenda and Eliabeth use characters from their side of the series. If you have read the novel, you are welcome to use our characters if you make a reference to the Blind Sight novel in your post or write it as a comment here.
I urge people to join in, comment with your paragraph of fiction to accompany the image. It doesn’t have to follow my story or reflect the same themes. It can be a poem or in a different language (provide a translation please :)). Anyone who wants to join in, is welcome. This photograph has been reblogged under Ermisenda on tumblr.
Leocardo struggled to focus on the document before him. The words were tiny, miniscule and appeared more like a hoard of crawling ants rather than legal text. What would happen to Odette if he signed it? It was all for her health and safety, or so they said, but Edaion had so many mysteries up it’s sleeve that Leocardo didn’t know if he could trust the doctor’s words. He lifted his head and peered down the sterile hallway of the hospital but he could not see his unwell sister. Was this the right thing? Fatigue was clouding his thoughts and vision. With a sudden start he signed his name, the pen slid off the page when he finished the last letter. Had he made the right choice? Were these the people who could be trusted with Odette’s life?
– Ermisenda Alvarez
She had lost a student, she would be fired for this she was sure. Ms. Parks read over her statement one more time. It wasn’t her fault; William had always been a little off, but since he did not cause any disruptions during her class, she left him alone and focused on the students who showed an interest in learning. She hadn’t even noticed him slip out until suddenly he was gone. None of his class mates had known where he was either and Aniela’s secretary had actually called her to the school to help look for him. With a trembling hand, she still managed a legible signature. This had started out such a good day.
– Eliabeth Hawthorne
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