If you're unfamiliar with Six Sentence Sunday, the idea is simple. Writers post six sentences from one of their works (published or unpublished, WIP or complete).
Today, I'm sticking with my YA urban fantasy, Osland, but I'm not continuing off last week's scene. Instead, this follows a scene in which the protagonist Gail Dorjee has just politely turned down the offer of joining her friend Lydia's Horticulture and Flowering Arranging Club:
Lydia stuck out her lip and nodded. “Like Charlotte Bronte said, ‘I try to avoid looking forward or backward and try to keep looking in Utah.'”
“Lydia, I don’t think Charlotte Bronte said that.” I wasn’t much for classics, but I did like Jane Eyre. I don’t know what that said about my taste in romance, but at least it was better than liking the other Bronte and Wuthering Heights. “Well, maybe she said something like that, but I doubt it was about Utah.”