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First Line Friday

First Line is probably my favorite weekly post! Booklovers can share the first line or two of the book you are currently reading…💗I love reading your comments!!

Here I go..

Maddie

Twelve weeks before

”Should I see a therapist?”

A popular Google search, it seems. There’s a lot of information on the topic. Pages and pages of tests you can take to help you decide if therapy is right for you. If so, what kind of therapy? Psychiatrist versus psychologist? What’s your major disorder? There’s so much. I could do this all night. Once Ian leaves, maybe I will

Title: Beautiful BadE6E38561-CC51-4869-A032-2CFA26696974

Genre: Thriller

Author: Anne Ward

Pub Date: March 19, 2019

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I am about a third of the way into this book and it’s starting to get good.

What are you reading this Friday afternoon? Have you read Beautiful Bad? I’d love to hear your thoughts and read your First Line…

 

Happy Friday friends!💗

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  1. Edge of Eternity (The Century Trilogy Book 3) Ken Follet:
    Rebecca Hoffmann was summoned by the secret police on a rainy Monday in 1961.
    It began as an ordinary morning. Her husband drove her to work in his tan Trabant 500. The graceful old streets of central Berlin still had gaps from wartime bombing, except where new concrete buildings stood up like ill-matched false teeth.

  2. Oh gosh – that sounds frightening, Lana! Not sure my nerves are up for that one. I just started a whodunit I picked up at a used bookshop: “The Swimming Pool” by Holly LeCraw. First lines:

    “Bodies, bodies. The beach was crowded,…”

  3. Gosh, is it Friday again already? My friend, Janet Muirhead Hill, who writes for junior high/middle school/high schoolers, has started a new book, “Maisewith.” Not yet published, she shared the first chapter today with our Writers’ Group. Chapter 1 – first sentence: “I don’t remember going through the series of doors and airlocks that lead outside the Apprentice Pod.”

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