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Friday, November 4, 2016

First Line Fridays - 11/4/16 - Finding Margo


Good morning (or afternoon...depending on your time zone) and welcome to this week's edition of First Line Fridays! 

This week I have the honor of sharing with you a brand new book from one of my very favorite authors! Jen Turano's books captured my heart from the moment I began After a Fashion almost two years ago. Her style is unique and the humour makes me laugh out loud quite often. Look for my review for Finding Margo coming soon! I will give you a hint though...I loved it! Now...on to my first line!


Present Day
"With the roar of the crowd still reverberating in her ears, Margo Hartman stepped past one of her many bodyguards and into the relative quiet of the dressing room she'd been assigned for the evening."

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14 comments:

  1. "She was going to have joy this season, no matter what." From Season of Miracles by Alexa Verde, the 7th book in Christmas Blessings.

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  2. I have this one on my list to read this month! Yay!!

    My first line:

    The rain swept in from the north as Kiisa and her father, Mugisa, reached the school.
    ~A Bird, a Girl, and a Rescue by J.A. Myhre

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  3. Whoohoo!! Can't wait to read this one!!

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    1. Can't wait to see what you think of it!!!

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  4. I want body guards. That is all.


    Nantucket Island
    April 20, 1852
    "What will you do now?" The gentle nudge came from Mrs. Franklin hours after Prosperity Anne Jones laid her mother to rest in the church graveyard.
    - Honor Redeemed by Christine Johnson

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  5. I just got Finding Margo this week. Very excited to read it. My first line comes from the Cowboy Christmas Homecoming novella collection.

    Last Chance, California
    Fall 1885

    First line: Shelter, food, and babies. Lord, that's all I ask.

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    1. Yay!!! I can't wait to hear what you think of it!

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  6. The first inkling Miss Temperance Flowerdew had that her rather mundane sort of day was about to turn anything but mundane, happened when a closed carriage trundled up beside her, keeping pace with her every step as she walked down the sidewalk adjacent to Broadway. ~ Yes, I know, it's not from a real book yet - but since I'm in the dreaded midst of a first draft - this is all I've been reading lately - And, the first line probably won't stay like that - but for now...I'm sticking with it:) Thanks for reading "Finding Margo!"

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    1. Eeeeeek! I just think you are incredible!!! Thank you for stopping by!

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  7. SQUEEEE!!!! I'm so excited for the release of Finding Margo!!!!

    May 10, 2015

    The dream had come again last night, just as it had sliced into Brock's subconscious the night before that. - The Fives Times I Met Myself by James L. Rubart

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    1. Ahhh yes Caryl! My excitement is overflowing! Hehe

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