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Friday, July 7, 2017

First Line Fridays - A Twist of Faith


Happy Friday!!!

I hope you all had a WONDERFUL 4th of July celebrating with friends and family! (And happy Canada Day to my Canadian friends!)

Today I am sharing the first line from a book that I AM reading this month. I have it on the schedule and everything. Pepper Basham writes some of the BEST books I have ever read. And I know that this one will be no exception. Book TWO in the series, Charming the Troublemaker will be releasing in November. I can't wait!!! Ok! I am off to read now. Don't forget to comment with your first line before you leave.


PHD was NOT supposed to smell like this. Adelina Roseland dropped a box of research articles onto the floor and stifled a deep breath as the strong aroma of naturally fertilized farmland wafted in from the open window.




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15 comments:

  1. Hello! :) My first line is from the prologue in "The Shell Seekers," by Rosamunde Pilcher.

    "The taxi, an old Rover smelling of old cigarette smoke, trundled along the empty, country road at an unhurried pace."

    Happy Reading!

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    1. Oh how intriguing! *scurries to go check this book out*

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  2. On my blog this week I'm excited to be teaming up with Carrie Turansky and sharing the first line & cover reveal for her new book "Across the Blue" scheduled to be released early 2018! I wanted to share another great line on the comments, so I've borrowed the book that my 9 year old son is currently reading.

    "Charlie Scott leaned against the corner of the garage, every inch of him spelling boredom." -- Some Summer by: Jean Vandevenne
    1987 Bob Jones University Press, Greenville, SC

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  3. I still need to get my hands on a Pepper Basham book! :)

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  4. Jody Hedlund,An Uncertain Choice:My slippered feet slapped the dirt road and my heart hammered against my chest like a battering ram. Medieval romance of young people , first of a trilogy!

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    1. LOVE this series! I still have to read the last one!

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  5. Happy Friday!
    My first line is: “This fairy tale begins in 1968 during a garbage strike.” ~ The Changeling by Victor Lavalle.
    Dinh@Arlene's Book Club

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  6. FINALLY!!! Are you seriously reading ATOF??? REEEEECE!!!

    Dutch Whitney hit the bog hard, tumbling forward to smack facedown into the muck. - Grounded Hearts by Jeanne M. Dickson

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    1. I have one book that I need to finish first and then picking this one up! YAY!

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  7. “Beware the ides of March.” Shakespeare might have been onto something, Cam Flaherty mused.
    MURDER MOST FOWL by Edith Maxwell

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  8. I can't wait to read that one!


    "Ross Springer knew he was going into the drink the second Abby Cushman stepped up to the mark, fixed those intelligent blue eyes on the bull's-eye, and let the beanbag zip." Hook, Line, and Sinker by Susan May Warren

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  9. I just purchased Pepper Basham's book The Thornbearer, and I can't wait to read it! Happy Monday!

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