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First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Ordinary Girls

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Ordinary Girls

Ordinary Girls, Green Cover, Young Adult, Retelling, Blond hair, Green hair, Reading, Blair Thornburgh
I have never been good at beginnings, which is one of my many shortcomings. Starting with childhood seems very romantic, like a true bildungsroman, but I don’t really remember half my childhood due to being a baby, and I’m not about to rely on Ginny’s accounts of what I was like, because she did not care for having a baby sister and once covered me in Vaseline when Mom left us alone in the playroom. So I suppose I will start on that sunny Saturday in September when I first realised how acutely I wanted to murder my sister.

Teaser Tuesday ~ Hotel Flaming: Holiday Heatwave

Teaser Tuesday ~ Hotel Flaming: Holiday Heatwave

Hotel Flamingo, Hotel Flamingo Holiday Heatwave, Green/Yellow, Flamingo, Animals, Children's Books, Alex Milway
I had Random.org select a page and it went with page 31

Madame Le Pig was knee-deep in a giant saucepan of berries when Anna reached the kitchen and opened the door. ‘Sorry to interrupt, chef,’ she said.
‘How dare you disrupt le chef when she is squishing fruit!’ squealed Madame Le Pig. ‘It is a very private moment.’

Weekly Quote for Week-32 2019 ~ Brave

Weekly Quote for Week-32 2019 ~ Brave

“Tink was there … Slung over his shoulder was a…Wonder Woman backpack. I parted from Ren, walking up to him. “Where did you get that?”
“I stole it from a little fae girl.” He paused. “Hashtag thug life.”

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ If I’m Being Honest

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ If I’m Being Honest

If I'm Being Honest, Pink, Girl leaning against wall, Young Adult, Emily WIbberley, Austin Siegemund Broka, Palms
“Bitch.”
I hear the word under Autumn Carey’s breath behind me. I guess I earned it by daring to walk ahead of her to reach the dining hall door. I cut her off while she was examining her reflection in her phone’s camera, trying to decide if her new bangs were a bad choice. Which they were. Part of me wants to whilr around and tell Autumn I don’t have the entirety of lunch to walk behind her, but I don’t.