First Line Friday | Of Needles and Haystacks

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Welcome to First Line Friday! Today we’re looking at Of Needles and Haystacks by Ann Elizabeth Fryer.

Paris, Kentucky

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

  1. 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.”

  2. 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.

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