Welcome to First Line Friday! Today we’re looking at Of Needles and Haystacks by Ann Elizabeth Fryer.
James Bleu sat beneath a barren, overgrown apple tree that stood solitary watch over the winter-browned hill.
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13 thoughts on “First Line Friday | Of Needles and Haystacks”
Happy Saturday! Hope your weekend is going well. 😀
On my blog, I’m sharing from The Reluctant Rival by Mesu Andrews:https://christianfictiongirl.blog/2021/03/19/first-line-friday-176/. It’s a great book! Currently, I’m reading A Dark Beauty by Clarissa Kae, so I’ll share from there.
“He squared his stance. Unabashed, he looked her over from her crown to her toes.”
Wow, Leah’s story – that does sound like it would be good! Happy Reading!
Happy Friday! Today, I’m sharing the first lines from The Piano Teacher by Kristie Self. “The darkness lay heavy that night, unbroken by any slivers of moonlight.”
That looks like an intriguing book. Hope you enjoyed it!
Over on my blog I am sharing the first line from My Dear Miss Dupre by Grace Hitchcock.
“Willow Dupre twirled on the ice, spreading her arms and guiding her body around the other skaters on the frozen lake of Central Park.”
Have a lovely weekend! 📚❤
I enjoyed that story! Hope you had a good weekend, too!
Happy Friday! My first line is from “Can’t Buy Me Love” by Susan May Warren & Andrea Christenson:
“These shoes were going to be the death of her.”
I love that first line!
Happy Friday! On my blog I’m sharing the first line from Unknown Threat by Lynn H. Blackburn. Right now I’m reading Saving Grace by Denise Hunter; here’s the first line: “ ‘You won’t tell my dad, will you?’ she asked.”
Have a great weekend! 😊
That’s an intriguing first line! Happy Friday!
My first line comes from My Dear Miss Dupré by Grace Hitchcock:
New York City, New Year’s Eve 1882
Willow Dupré twirled on the ice, spreading her arms and guiding her body around the other skaters on the frozen lake of Central Park.
I just finished that one and enjoyed it! Happy Friday!