First Line Fridays -- 10.14.16
It is Friday and I am joining these lovely ladies in First Line Fridays:
Carrie from Reading is My SuperPower
Rachel from Bookworm Mama
Beth from Faithfully Bookish
Andi from Radiant Light
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If you would like to join us, send Carrie a meassage and let her know!
Grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line!
Today I am going to post a line from
Newton and Polly: a Novel of Amazing Grace
by Jody Hedlund
This book is based on the story of Amazing Grace. Below is one of my favorite versions of Amazing Grace.
What is one of your favorite versions of this song?
(Feel free to share in the comments along with your first line.)
"I fear that our wassailing has become a nuisance." Polly Catlett slowed her steps, her toes aching in the stiff leather of her boots, the damp chill of December finally taking its toll.
What are you reading? What is your first line?
Open the book nearest you and post the first line...
(And don't forget to share you favorite version of Amazing Grace in the comments too!!)
10/14/2016 10:49:38 am
"Dr. Liam Prescott had always loved Christmas." From Reunited At Christmas by Belle Calhoune
I guess my favorite version is the hymnal version, just the first 4 verses with or without piano accompaniment.
10/14/2016 01:36:49 pm
I'm celebrating release day of Accelerant by Ronie Kendig!
10/14/2016 06:51:32 pm
"She came to herself--whoever she was--running in panic, gasping for breath, tripping over tombstones and stumbling into holes through a dark cemetery. Where was she?" from Dandelion Moon by Hannah Alexander.
10/15/2016 08:54:42 am
Celtic Woman does a version that is my favorite. I love their voices. I am reading The Cautious Maiden by Dawn Crandall "Hey Vi! You got a minute?"
10/15/2016 09:28:36 am
"That Jackie Lee is one fine woman"
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