Favorite Lines Friday: April 21, 2017

You’re a writer. You’re awesome. Share your favorite lines from your novel here.


*Open to published and unpublished writers*
This is a positive place for writers! A place where you can show off your writing!

In the comments, post some of your favorite lines from your work-in-progress or a book you have published. Feel free to drop in a buy link too! Encourage your friends to stop by.

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Abbie Roads writes dark emotional novels featuring damaged characters, but always gives her hero and heroine a happy ending… after torturing them for three hundred pages. RACE THE DARKNESS and HUNT THE DAWN are available now! SAVING MERCY is available for pre-order.

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11 comments to “Favorite Lines Friday: April 21, 2017”

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  1. Sharon Ervin - Apr 21, 2017 Reply

    A peek at the unpublished UNTIL THE MEEK INHERIT.

    Left orphaned at 14 and nearly 16, Judith and Lance Freeman try to convince Miss Hattie Strang, their elderly neighbor to become their surrogate parent. Miss Hattie responds with: “I have long maintained that one of the things American children need most is supervised adversity. I have seen vast potential snuffed by overindulgence. You and your brother have potential for greatness. You both have the gifts and talents to excel. God has seen to it that you now have the opportunity for adversity.”
    “Opportunity?” Judy gasped.
    Miss Hattie ignored the interruption. “I plan to monitor your progress closely. God’s blessings are of His own choosing. Sometimes we are forced to endure blessing upon blessing.” She turned to leave. “I, of course, shall be available if you need my assistance, otherwise, please do not call on me.”

  2. SANDRA MASTERS - Apr 21, 2017 Reply

    You’re welcome, John. This is a fun blog. So glad that Abbie does give us this opportunity.

  3. SANDRA MASTERS - Apr 21, 2017 Reply

    Thank you, John. Thorn Wick is one of my treasured heroes.

  4. Andrea Roach - Apr 21, 2017 Reply

    Hi Abby,
    Favorite Lines Friday is always my favorite.
    This is a line from Nights Arose available on Amazon
    Bit.ly/NightsArose

    On the beach, amber reeds bowed to the gusts blowing in from over the ocean, The wind teased her shirt open and closed. She grabbed the collar and tied the cord tight around her neck. She put her head down and turned her face from the blustering wind. The sand rose up, invading her eyes. Blinking her long lashes caught the fine dust, making her eyes sting. Her tears mingle with the grains and dried to form a crust. The grit scratched at her when she brought her finger to the corner of her eye and wiped it from her skin.

    Thanks for reading! To read some check out my book on Amazon. Free on Kindle Unlimited.
    Go to my Blog to meet some of my characters!
    http://AndreaRoach.Blogspot.com

    • J. C. Conway - Apr 21, 2017 Reply

      I know that feeling. Not the reeds, but the sand, wind, watery eyes, and the feel of grit between finger and that tender part of skin near the eye.

  5. Angie Hockman - Apr 21, 2017 Reply

    Thanks for letting us share! Here’s a snippet from my latest WIP:

    Ryan was saying something, but I was already opening the door. I sprang from the truck and strode toward the house. Gravel crunched under my sneakers and lush scents filled my nose—dirt and rain and childhood and rich, growing things. And behind it all, Lough Gill. Reeds, algae, and the lake’s prolific life, concealed beneath soft waves, whispered to me, just out of reach behind the copse of surrounding trees.

  6. SANDRA MASTERS - Apr 21, 2017 Reply

    Good Morning, Abbie:
    Here’s another excerpt from my Book Four.
    Our hero takes nobility and angst to a new level with his desire to earn the love of the aristocratic Alicia.
    THE DUKE’S MAGNIFICENT BASTARD. $2.99 for your romantic interlude.
    Warning: SPICY AND DECADENT. Dare to Read: Contains a multi-cultural Anglo-West Indian hero, an aristocratic English heroine, a noble duke, an evil witch doctor, a Barbados chieftain intent on redemption, and an amazing Argamak Turkman horse.
    http://amzn.to/2doCr2P Amazon US
    http://bit.ly/2eYiNsK TWRP
    http://amzn.to/2d8YbhF UK

  7. SANDRA MASTERS - Apr 21, 2017 Reply

    Good morning and Happy Friday, Abbie. Below is the excerpt from Book Four, THE DUKE’S MAGNIFFICENT BASTARD. Thank you for allowing Sandra Masters to take you to Barbados Island and London, England for a soulful interlude.
    Multi-cultural Romance: Not sure where he belonged, but nothing would cower him.
    Excerpt: THE DUKE’S MAGNIFICENT BASTARD BY SANDRA MASTERS. “Thorn moved away, and her face became outlined in the semi-darkness of the coach. She was the sweeping vista that justified his secret beliefs. Yes, he wanted her to dream of him. If she knew how much he craved to be in those dreams, he’d not be able to contain his desires—or hers.” Available for your romantic enjoyment or to gift to a friend, everywhere for $2.99
    http://amzn.to/2doCr2P Amazon US
    http://amzn.to/2d8YbhF UK
    http://bit.ly/2eYiNsK Wild Rose Press

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