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Friday, July 14, 2017

First Line Friday - Siren's Song


Happy Friday!

Summer is here in full force! Thankfully the husband decided we needed a pool this summer! So we got a decent sized above ground and it has been LOVELY! In other news...Do you remember that kitchen project I started the beginning of April? Well, we finally finished (the first round of) painting! We still have to do the clear coat to seal it. But here is what it looks like:





Yay for progress! Now...my first line this week is one of the books that I recently read. Siren's Song recently made the shortlist in the category of Literature for Young Adults for the INSPYs. I truly enjoyed this series! I will be posting my reviews for each of these books soon.


I pull harder on the air currents while staring at the broad-shouldered black man beside me.




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12 comments:

  1. Happy Friday!! My first line us from A Matter of Trust by Susan May Warren: "Gage Watson blamed the trouble on the bright, sunny day."

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  2. Since green is my favorite color, I am in love with this cover!! I've seen that book around, but haven't taken the plunge to pick it up yet.

    Just started Cara Putnam's Beyond Justice. "If he didn't find that flash drive now, he would have to disappear."

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  3. Happy Friday!

    My first line comes from Julian Fellowes's Belgravia.

    The past, as we have been told so many times, is a foreign country where things are done differently.

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  4. "Mrs. Ferrars died on the night of the 16th - 17th September -- a Thursday." This first line is from "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd," by Agatha Christie.

    Have a great weekend. :)

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  5. Yay for progress! Looks nice! Happy Friday!

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  6. Mr.-----. I glanced down at my seating chart, heart drumming in my ears. From Playing by Heart by Anne Mateer.
    Great looking kitchen!

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  7. I like the cabinets! Good job!!!
    My first line is from Anne Love’s “The Gardener’s Daughter” in the Of Rags and Riches romance collection.
    Thump, Thump. She could plant herself in a library world such as this one forever.

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  8. "Alexandra Jamison had always wanted a sister." from To Wager Her Heart by Tamera Alexander.

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  9. That cover is gorgeous! Happy Friday :)

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  10. Great work on the kitchen, little mama!

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