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Friday, August 11, 2017

Favorite Line Friday + Giveaway - The Lady and the Lionheart


Happy Friday!

The celebration continues! This week we are taking a peek at Joanne Bischof's book, The Lady and the Lionheart. To read a full excerpt visit the Author Spotlight. Hands down one of my favorite books EVER! And today, I am going to share my FAVORITE (well, one of them) line with you! Don't forget to comment with YOUR first line and claim your entry for the Rafflecopter giveaway! Details at the end of this post.



(Currently available for $1.99)




I have collaborated with all of these authors and I am so excited for this giveaway! I am giving away a box of FIVE books...All signed (one signed bookplate sticker) by the authors! I will also be including some bookish/reading items in the box of books, bookmarks, tea, chocolate, etc. Each "Blogiversary" post will have MORE options to enter to win, so make sure you check back. Today we are kicking it off pretty easy! Please enter via the Rafflecopter form below. If you are having difficulties please email me and we will get your name entered.

Joanne's Book Included in the Giveaway is a SIGNED copy  of The Lady and the Lionheart.



**ONE (1) Winner will be selected by Rafflecopter at the end of the giveaway**
Books provided for giveaway by the individual authors and myself. Books included: Just the Way You Are, The Lady and the Lionheart, The Illusionist's Apprentice, Newton & Polly, Behind the Scenes. I am not compensated for any portion of this giveaway. Some of the books were donated for the giveaway. Giveaway will run 8/1/17 - 9/1/17 at 12:00am PDT. Open internationally. Void where prohibited. Please see Policies and Disclosures for more information. *Bookish swag items subject to change*

24 comments:

  1. "Separate yourselves from this assembly, so I can put an end to them at once!" - Conspiracy of Silence by Ronie Kendig

    Boy, I'm hooked!

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  2. I've yet to hear a bad word about The Lady and the Lionheart - it's on my to-read pile!

    I'm sharing from Ghost Heart by Lisa Harris and Lynne Gentry over on my blog - it's a medical thriller set in Africa.

    I'm currently reading Freedom's Ring by Heidi Chiavaroli:

    Death's threshold overwhelmed me in a swell of instant silence and intense heat.

    It's a dual timeline story set in 1770's and modern Boston.

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  3. I don't think I've had a chance to wish you a happy blogiversary yet, so "Happy blogiversary!" And have a wonderful time at CFRR :-)

    I have the first line from Thomas Locke's "Fault Lines" on my blog today, but I'm going to share the first line from Candace Calvert's "Disaster Status" from her Mercy Hospital Collection. The Kindle collection with all three books in the series is on sale this month for just $2.99, so I couldn't resist!

    "Fire captain Scott McKenna bolted through the doors of Pacific Mercy ER, his boots thudding and heart pounding as the unconscious child began to stiffen and jerk in his arms."

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  4. Fantastic line, and truth! Have fun at CFRR, give out some extra hugs for me too! I look forward to seeing all the lovely photos.

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  5. Happy blogiversary and have fun at CFRR!

    I've been hearing so many good things about The Lady and the Lionheart. This sounds so intriguing. Thanks for sharing! :)

    I'm sharing about Three Wishes by Lisa T. Bergren over on my blog today, but I'm currently reading the sequel, Four Winds, so I'll share that here. :)

    "Javier laughed and shook his head as we reached the top of the sand dune, Centinela loping in a wide circle around us. "I do not know if I can court a girl from the future and have a pet wolf," he said in Spanish. "That is a lot to ask of one man."

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  6. Have a blast at #CFRR2017!

    Here is my first line:

    Rebekah

    In the fourth grade we made little rockets out of old film canisters, baking soda, and vinegar.
    The Isaac Project by Sarah Monzon

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  7. Happy Friday! My first line is from The Spinster & the Cowboy by Lena Nelson Dooley:
    "When the sharp rap on his closed office door roused him, Joshua Dillinger raised his gaze from the legal document he had been studying with intense concentration."

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  8. Great line! I love the truth wrapped in that--really makes me want to read the book. Adding it to my TBR list.

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  9. One of these days, I will read this book!!! :)

    After reading about ten fiction books in the summer, I'm taking a fiction break and reading non-fiction. :) I'm currently reading "Arms and Equipment in the Civil War," which is a super fascinating read that goes in depth with all of the weapons used, tactics used, etc.

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  10. I know I’m breaking protocol but I’m still readin the same book! So this is the first line of another chapter.. just to whet your reading appetite:
    “Right… right here.” Peter came to a halt between two massive trees where the undergrowth provided a good screen for anyone hiding.
    A Name Unknown by Roseanna White.
    I need to find more time to read!

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  11. Congrats on 3 year anniversary and thanks for the giveaway!

    My first line:
    “I inspected the knife in my hand.” ~ Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll
    Happy Reading!
    Dinh@Arlene's Book Club

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  12. "Abandoning his sister to save his brother, Justin Boden felt as gutshot as Cole."
    Long Time Gone by Mary Connealy

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  13. HaPpY BlOgIvErSaRy!!! So blessed to have found your blog, Rachel!

    My first line Friday is:

    Ellis Island, 1901
    "Oh, Caro, look. We're almost there. We're almost in America."

    ~Journey's End by Renee Ryan

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  14. Happy Blogaversiry. I am so blessed to have found your blog :)

    As Betsy climbed up from the creek carrying two buckets of water,she heard the sound of her brother's laughter,and then a man's deeper laugh.

    The Return by Suzanne Woods Fisher

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  15. Dana Jacobs tried to scream, but no sound came. Hidden by Vannetta Chapman. Thx for the opportunity to win the books!

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  16. Life is forever changed without her; without the sense of her somewhere near.
    Last Christmas in Paris by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb

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  17. I'm finally starting the Montana Rescue series! My first line is from Wild Montana Skies by Susan May Warren.

    "Kacey didn't want to raise eyebrows and alert the entire town to her return."

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  18. "Rebekah Carrington stood shivering across the street from her childhood home, satchel heavy in hand, cloak dusted with snow." from A Note Yet Unsung by Tamera Alexander.

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  19. This book is still on my to read list...Happy Saturday!

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  20. "One year ago my mom got traded in for a newer model. And that's when my life fell apart."

    -So Not Happening by Jenny B. Jones

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  21. Sounds like a good book. Thank you for the welcome.

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  22. I really want to read "The Lady and The Lionheart". Sounds like a great read. My first line is from "The Address" by Fiona Davis: "The sight of a child teetering on the window ledge of room 510 turned Sara's world upside down."

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  23. That is a really great quote! And The Lady and the Lionheart looks like a really great read!

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  24. That line is beautiful. I never really write down favorite lines but I think I need to start!

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