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Friday, April 21, 2017
First Line Friday # 16 and Giveaway!
We made it to Friday, which means it's First Line Friday! Grab the book closest to you and leave the first line in the comment section.
Today I am featuring , , ,
About the book:
Miss Permilia Griswold, the wallflower behind "The Quill" gossip column, knows everything that goes on in the ballrooms of New York. When she overhears a threat against the estimable Mr. Asher Rutherford, she's determined to warn him. Away from society's spotlight, Asher and Permilia discover there's more going on behind the scenes than they anticipated.
March 1883 - New York City
Pressing her nose against the glass of the carriage window, Miss Permilia Griswold felt her stomach begin to churn as she took note of the throngs of people lining Fifth Avenue.
Visit my other blogger friends, see their first line's and leave yours in the comment section. I have an extra copy of this book which means there is a giveaway at the end of this post. As always, mark your place, and keep reading!
Amanda at With A Joyful Noise
Beth Erin at Faithfully Bookish
Bree at Bibliophile Reviews
Carrie at Reading is My SuperPower
Heather at Encouraging Words From the Tea Queen
Jessica at A Baker's Perspective
Kathleen at Kathleen Denly
Katie at Fiction Aficionado
Lauraine at Lauraine's Notes
Rachel at Bookworm Mama
Robin at Robin's Nest
Sarah at All The Book Blog Names Are Taken
Sydney at Singing Librarian
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Top Ten Tuesday Book Covers That Look Like Summer
Happy Tuesday, and welcome to another edition of Top Ten Tuesday . Today's topic is book covers that look like summer. It's official...
Happy Tuesday! Welcome to another edition of Top Ten Tuesday. Today's topic books you recommend most often I'm going to change it ...
About the book: Title: Uncontrollable; A Novel Author: Sara Staggs Genre: Contemporary At 36 years old, Casey Scott appears to have it all...
The Long March Home: A World War II Novel of the Pacific by Marcus Brotherton and Tosca Lee ReviewedAbout the book: Title: The Long March Home: A World War II Novel of the Pacific Authors: Marcus Brotherton and Tosca Lee Genre: Inspiratio...
Excited to read this one.
Let's see a first line... How about from Wed on the wagon by Tracy blalock: "You're supposed to be a man, so stop acting like a girl, Matilda Prescott silently warned herself."
I just finished "Wonder" by R.J. Palacio, which I really enjoyed. The book opens with this line, "I know I'm not an ordinary ten-year-old kid."
Happy Friday! My first line is: “For a moment she couldn’t breathe, and then the barest whisper passed her lips – half spontaneous praise half simple awe. ‘Oh my… I’ve found Paradise!’ ” From Spring Raine by Delia Latham
HE IS WORTHY
Honor the Lord you heavenly beings: honor the Lord for his glory and strength. Honor the Lord for the glory of his name. Worship the Lord in the splendor of his holiness. Psalm 29:1-2
I HAVE FLOWN A LOT OF MILES in the past twenty years, so not surprisingly, I take many things about the experience for granted. From Worship Changes Everything by Darlene Zschech
I can't wait to read this book...it's on my Kindle. :)
Great first line! Happy Friday!
You'll love it!!
It's a great one!
Haven't heard of either. Happy Friday!
Read this one this week. :) It was fun!!
My first "line"...
"Good morning, Lord, it's time to rise.
The sun is shining bright.
I've got my day ahead of me.
Please help me do what's right."
("Princess Prayers" by Crystal Bowman)
Looking forward to starting that one!
I love this!
Beth, you will love it! Congratulations on being chosen as an INSPY judge!
Sounds like there will be plenty of intrigue in that read! Which reminds me of the book I'll be reviewing this Monday on my blog, The Patriot & The Loyalist by Angela K. Couch, so I'll share the first line from that book:
South Carolina, November 1780
Daniel Reid slowed his horse and sucked air into his lungs as he reined to the road’s grassy edge.
I love reading about the Gilded Age. Seeing 5th Avenue at the time, all those mansions, wow.
I am currently reading this and you will enjoy it. Ms. Turano does a great job creating a visual world with her words.
LOVED this book!
It is so good!!
It's such a wonderful book!
I really liked Gilded Age New York. It is one of my favorite topics. Happy Friday!
They were coming. - Orphan's Song by Gillian Bronte Adams
HAPPY FRIDAY and HAPPY READING!
This book is on my TBR list!! Can't wait to start reading it.
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