Favorite Lines Friday…
Because you’re a writer and you’re awesome!
*Open to published and unpublished writers*
This is a place to show off your favorite lines! Those sentences that every time you read them you think “Damn. I wrote that!” Show them off! Be proud of your work!
In the comments, post some of your favorite lines from your current work-in-progress or a book you have published. Feel free to drop in a buy link too! Encourage your friends to stop by and vote for their favorite lines. The submission with the most votes at the end of the month will win a $10 Amazon Gift Card.
*Even if you don’t enter–please vote for your favorite submission! And be sure to tell the writer how much you love his/her words. Positive words are food to a writer’s soul!
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has chosen a winner and two runner ups for April’s Favorite Lines Friday:
Julie Mulhern with book four of The Country Club Murders.
I’ve tripped over a body. I’ve run over a body. I’ve even swam into a body. I never imagined one would fall on me.
Then again, wandering around a place called The Gates of Hell, what did I expect?
Bethany Goble with her Work-In-Progress Operation Desert Snow.
Wallstreet picked up his MK23 and started to field strip it. “I was sixteen the first time I realized a woman had the power to knock me on my ass.”
Irish grunted. “I grew up with three older sisters. I was born knowing Barbie could kick GI Joe’s ass.”
Tara Harlow with her Work-In-Progress Risking Riley.
I take off again. My lungs are on fire, but I keep going. I can lose them in the Wrigleyville crowd ahead. I almost make it.
Until he steps out of the bar and into my path, girls under each arm.
Hitting the hard wall of muscles steals the last of my breath.
Thanks, Newton. I knew I never liked physics.
“Hello, Solnyshko. Looks like you could use some help,” Mikhail Sokolov says as he lets go of his girls and grabs my upper arms to steady me.
Totally and utterly screwed.
Why did I think staying in my dorm on a Friday was lame?
Julie, Bethany, and Tara! And thanks for being a part of Favorite Lines Friday!
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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. Her first novel RACE THE DARKNESS is available for pre-order now!
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