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First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Into the Heartless Wood

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Into the Heartless Wood


I was born a tree. It was easier, then. All I needed was the earth and the wind and the rain. All I needed was the sunlight warm in my dappled leaves.
There was no fear, just growth. No wanting, just sky. No thirst, thirst, thrist.
Only starlight.

Weekly Quote for Week 3-2021 ~ Megan Meade’s Guide to the McGowan Boys

Weekly Quote for Week 3-2021 ~ Megan Meade’s Guide to the McGowan Boys

Megan Meade's Guide to the McGowan Boys, Legs, Girl, Skirt, Pants, Flipflops ,Young Adult, Romance, Family, Brothers, Kate Brian“Finally Doug broke the stalemate and looked at Megan.
“Thanks a lot,” he said sarcastically. Then he yanked off his plastic gloves, tossed them at her feet, and stormed away.
Finn let out a sigh as he gazed after his brother. “You know, my parents really should have stopped with me.”

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ The Way Back

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ The Way Back

The Way Back, Gavriel Savit, Trees, Fire, Silhouettes, Young Adult, Historical Fiction, Jewish, Mythology, Fantasy, Blue,
On a bright summer day in the year eighteen hundred and twelve (by the gentile reckoning), a girl left her mother’s house -the little house where had been born- and went to the brambles on the far side of the forest to gather the small summer strawberries that grow in the shade. These were the best kind of berries, tiny and soft, and the girl crouched in the bushes, staining her lips and fingertips red: one for her mouth, one for her apron, and so on and on.
At first the girl was sure that she must be imagining things. She was far from the village here, far from the road, and she alone knew of the berry bush.
Surely no one else would come to this place.
But she was not imagining things.

Monday’s First Sentence ~ The Fascinators

Monday’s First Sentence ~ The Fascinators

The Fascinators, Andrew Eliopulos, Cloud, Boys, Magic, LGBT, Fantasy, Friendship, Romance, Young Adult
Twenty minutes northwest of Augusta, Georgia, in a suburb where you’re more likely to see someone praying in public than using their magic, Liv Honeycutt was trying to sell her diamond cross necklace at the King of Pawns pawnshop on Highway 104.