"Seed" by Peter Sutton

He thought if he could find the right word seed it would all come together. Around that one word he would place two more, around those two, four more until he had a sentence. Around that sentence he would place another either side, around those three another two each side until he formed a paragraph. On each side of the paragraph another and so on - scene to chapter to section to book. If only he could find the right word seed.




Previously published on Bristol Book Blog



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