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First Line Fridays – Who You Are

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Check out this new novel from one of our faves…

Who You Are by Jennifer Rodewald

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First Line:
He wasn’t going back and that was final.


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11 thoughts on “First Line Fridays – Who You Are

  1. My first line comes from Crossed Lines by Jennifer Delamere:
    London, England. June 1881

    Mitchell B. Harris, better known to readers of the Era as Our London Correspondent, leaned casually on the desk of John Munson, toying with his cane while Munson chuckled over what he was reading.

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  2. My first line is from a book coming out on the 31st
    Carved in Stone by Elizabeth Camden:
    April 1900. New York City
    How could a man buy a new suit with a dizen eggs?

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