It’s already the last Friday of January!!!!
Life update first
I want to apologize to my bloggers friends as I have been scarce liking and commenting these last days. I swear I will catch up this weekend on all your posts but work has kept me busy.
I’m also hyper busy working in the shadows of the blog (blogging backstage how cool does it seem right? 😉 ) because I’m preparing my BIG DAILY EVENT for February so basically… NEXT WEEK! It takes a lot of time but it will be so much fun!
Announcement on the blog on January 31st to introduce you to all the good stuff with several giveaways planned this month!
I’ve also been busy honing my skills with Photoshop, reading, writing reviews and as you’ve seen interviewing two authors Stuart Reardon ex-rugby player turned coach/cover model/author and Jane Harvey Berrick.
I have another interview to prepare that I will send to the author hopefully this weekend (I promised her the week before!!!!!).
Plus you know grocery shopping, teenage crisis, dog walking, yada, yada.
I have tons of ideas for the blog but too little time really!
OK enough about me and more about books!
First Line Friday
First Line Friday is a weekly event hosted by Hoarding Books.
It’s really easy all you have to do is open the book that you are reading or the first book you get your hands on, open it and write the first lines.
It would be fantastic of course if you could visit the other participants and comment on their posts. Comments are blogger’s currency LOL
Here are my lines:
“On a drowsy Sunday afternoon, a man in a long dark coat hesitated in front or a house on a tree-lined street. He hadn’t parked a car, nor had he come by taxi. No neighbor had seen him strolling along the sidewalk. He simply appeared, as if stepping between one shadow and the next.”
They come from a book I’ve been awaiting for a loooooong time and that landed in my mail today: The Cruel Prince by Holly Black.
Have you read it? What are your first lines?
Now excuse me I have First Lines to comment on and a feed to catch up with!
Happy Friday everyone.
Thanks for reading