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First Line Friday - I'd Rather Be Reading

Thursday, September 6, 2018




Happy Friday!

If you haven't noticed yet, I'm slowly reformatting...my entire site! 😜What inspired this? I don't know...some hairbrained idea on my birthday lol! But I am LOVING the new feel...it is very "ME". 
Anyhoo...I am featuring a brand-new, nonfiction book today...*GASP*...I know, I know...But it IS a bookish book...I mean, the title says it all! 

Happy Reading!

Today’s first line is from...

I'd Rather Be Reading
Anne Bogel


Introduction
The Pages of Our Lives
"Can you recommend a great book?"
Because I'm a writer, certified book nerd, and all around bookish enthusiast, people ask me this question all the time. I talk about books like it's my job--and in a sense, it is. I make book recommendations every day. 


What is your favorite "bookish" book?


Head over to Hoarding Books to link up with your own FLF post! (Please keep it family 
friendly...Or note otherwise in the link up)

13 comments:

  1. My first line Friday is-
    He was there.
    Watching.
    Waiting.
    For what? Harry Bronson couldn’t answer that, but somehow he knew the man sat somewhere behind him, eyes scrutinizing him.
    WHAT LIES BEYOND THE FENCE
    By L. C. Hayden

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  2. I need to get that book! I am featuring Dani Pettrey's novella, Deadly Isle, over on the blog. But here I will share my current read, Fit to Be Tied by Debby Mayne. "As soon as my Fitbit vibrates, letting me know that Thomas Flaherty is calling, I mentally kick myself for forgetting to disengage that feature when I turned off my ringer."

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    1. I'm a little obbsessed with it! Not gonna lie. Lol!

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  3. I have shared the first line of J.D. Robb's newest release Leverage in Death. But here I'll share the first line of the last chapter of the book I am currently reading. This is from Laura J. Burns and Melinda Metz forthcoming book I Do Not Trust You.

    "The sky darkened. The air, then the ground, vibrated with a sound so low it was almost inaudible, like the sound the individual Set pieces made, only amplified a hundred times over. It invaded M's entire body, hammering at her skull, the delicate bones of her ears, and every joint that connected her frame."

    I hope you enjoyed that. Happy Friday! :D

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  4. Happy Friday! My first line is from How to Make Victoria Sponge by Margaret Kazmierczak.

    “Monday, six-fifteen in the morning and the alarm wakes me up for a new day.”

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  5. Happy Friday!😎

    My first lines come from a book I’m reading next, In Her Bones by Kate Moretti.

    Your life is more open than you think. You think you’re safe. You have neighborhood watches and room -darkening drapes, password-protected computers, alarm systems, and garage codes that are absolutely not your firstborn’s birthday.

    Have a great weekend and happy reading!πŸ˜ŠπŸ’•

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  6. Well, I definitely love the title. I don't think I have ever read a book about reading. I'll have to check it out. Thanks for the recommendation. :) Love the changes, btw. Happy Friday! :)

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  7. Happy Friday! On my blog, I'm featuring "Engaging the Competition" by Melissa Jagears. Hope you will stop by to check it out. Wishing you a great weekend!

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  8. I’m featuring Michelle Griep’s new novella, A Tale of Two Hearts, on my blog today. Here is the second line:

    “Closing her eyes, she savored the warmth and the first line to a new adventure, as was her wont whenever Miss Whymsy stopped by and lent her a book."

    Happy Friday!

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  9. Happy Friday!
    The Book I'm sharing on my blog this week is A Love Restored by Kelly Goshorn but I'm currently reading The Abolitionist's Daughter by Kathleen Maher so I'll share the first line of that here: "The wrong ideas could get a head--and a body--into a heap of trouble." Hope you have a great weekend with plenty of quality reading time! :)

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