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Category: Weekly Posts

These are my weekly blog memes. Each day has one.

Monday: Monday’s First Sentence
Tuesday: First Chapter First Paragraphs Tuesday Intros
Wednesday: Waiting on Wednesday
Thursday: Teaser Thursday
Friday: Friday’s Page 69
Saturday: Cover Lover Saturday
Sunday: Weekly Quote

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Attack of the Not-So-Virtual Monsters

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Attack of the Not-So-Virtual Monsters


I jiggled the doorknob, but it was locked. Mrs. Dorsey, one of the librarians, played Monsters Unleashed. So she could see them, too. We needed to let her know we could help. And after we caught whatever was currently terrorising the library, maybe Mrs. Dorsey would help us take them all down.

Teaser Thursday ~ Shadow House

Teaser Thursday ~ Shadow House


I had my boyfriend pick a page this time, he picked page 165.

Connie raised her hands to her pale face. Splaying her fingers, she dragged them from her eyebrows down to her chin, as if indicating tears.

First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros ~ There’s Someone Inside Your House

First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros ~ There’s Someone Inside Your House


The egg-shaped timer was on the welcome mat when she came home.
Haley Whitehall glanced over her shoulder, as if expecting someone behind her. Far in the distance, a red combine rolled through the sallow cornfields. her father. Harvest time. Her mother was still at work, too, a dental technician at the only practice in town.
Which one of them had left it here? The decaying porch boards sagged and splintered beneath Haley’s shifting weight as she picked up the timer. It rattled in her hand. The day had been cold, but the plastic eggshell was warm. Faintly so.

Teaser Thursday ~ The Haunting of Rookward House

Teaser Thursday ~ The Haunting of Rookward House


Since I am reading this one on my Kindle, I let Random.org pick a percentage where I would get the teaser from. It picked 20%.

An odd crackling noise made him turn towards the door. The sound faded after a second, leaving Guy frowning. If he hadn’t known it was impossible, he would have thought he’d heard distorted voices coming through the baby monitor.