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Teaser Tuesday ~ WrangleStone

Teaser Tuesday ~ WrangleStone

Wranglestone, Darren Charlton, Trees, Lake, Island, Cabin, Zombies, Young Adult, LGBT, Blue, Mountains
I had random.org select a page and it selected page 31.

Peter turned away and watched Bud’s canoe disappear inside the snow. Over by the shore, something disturbed the pines. Snow tumbled from a bough and a pale hand withdrew round the back of a tree trunk. Peter opened his mouth to reassure his dad that he could take whatever the committee decided, but the words weren’t there any more than the feelings was. When he looked back across the water at the tree, a woman-shaped thing was standing there.

Top 10 Books February 2020

Top 10 Books February 2020

Morning all!

The Bees, Classroom 13, Buffalo Bill en de kleine zeemeermin, books, February, Favourites

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Weekly Quote for Week 6-2020 ~ The Bees

Weekly Quote for Week 6-2020 ~ The Bees

The Bees, Laline Paull, Bees, Hive, Yellow, Black Letters, Dystopia, Fiction“Flora took pleasure in the delicacy of her approach and studied the ways of the smallest, sweetest blooms she could find, tiny pimpernels and forget-me-nots hiding in the pockets of the fields. The energy of the sun on her body and the joy of foraging filled her soul. She flew the fields and gathered until the light began to fade and she heard the sound of her forager sisters’ wings turning for home. Then she joined them.”

Top 10 Books November 2019

Top 10 Books November 2019

Morning/afternoon all!

Top 10 Books November, Lichtekooi en Zwiepkanarie, The Lady's Guide to Celestial Mechanics, Knights and Bikes: Rebel Bicycle Club

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First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Last Ones Left Alive

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Last Ones Left Alive

Sarah Davis-Goff, Last Ones Left Alive, Road, Wheel Barrow, White, Black, Zombies
My toenail has blackened, and I have to pull to get it off. You’d feel it, so you would; it’s painful enough. I douse my foot in water, and I leave the nail by the side of the road, and on we go.