Happy Friday, friends!
Welcome to First Line Friday, where book lovers across blogland share the opening line from a nearby book (since we all have books everywhere we turn).
Today I chose The Story Peddler by Lindsay A. Franklin. It’s the first book in the Weaver Trilogy and is my choice for next month’s fantasy/science fiction book in the 2021 Read Something New Challenge. I’ve not read any of her books but they keep popping up in my Instagram feed, so why not give it a try?
Colored ribbons of light poured from my fingers.
Sets the stage for all sorts of interesting things, I think. Read more at:
Lindsay A. Franklin’s website | Goodreads
Your turn: What’s your first line for today? Open the book nearest you and post the first line in the comments. Then hop over to Hoarding Books (the blog I’m joining in this fun) to see what they’re sharing.
10 thoughts on “First Line Friday: The Story Peddler”
sounds very enchanting! Mine is here: https://francebooktours.com/2021/01/29/loving-modigliani-first-line-fridays/
Thanks for playing along! The line for yours — and the book cover — would definitely make me want to take a closer look!
Looks like a fun read! I hope you can stop by:
Thanks for stopping by, Coletta! Have a great weekend.
Over on my blog I’m sharing from Shadows of the White City by Jocelyn Green:https://christianfictiongirl.blog/2021/01/29/first-line-friday-170-2/. It’s a great story! Currently, though, I’m reading Beauty Among Ruins by J’Nell Ciesielski, so I’ll share from there.
“‘What are you doing?’ Lily’s fingers fumbled with the ends of the linen as she double knotted them and Matron Strom stomped to a halt next to her.”
Hope you have a great weekend! 😀❤📚
Thanks for stopping by, Nicole! Somehow I’m betting Lily and Matron Strom don’t get along very well … Happy weekend to you, too!
Over on my blog I am sharing the first line from The Hesitant Heiress by Dawn Crandall.
“Miss Brigham, may I have a word with you?” Professor Silvious strolled down the aisle toward the stage of the Boston Conservatory of Music’s auditorium.
Have a lovely weekend! 📖
Happy Friday and weekend to you, too! Boston Conservatory of Music — what a great (and unexpected) setting to open a book.
My first line is from The Vanishing at Loxby Manor by Abigail Wilson:
I knew something was terribly wrong the moment I stepped foot back inside Loxby Manor- the pervasive restlessness of the servants, the strained silence of the front room.
Wow, what a line to pull you into a story! Thanks for stopping by and sharing!
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