First Lines from BookLife Authors
This month, we’ve got cobblestone, a crowded classroom, double scotches, and more. To submit the first line from your book, email firstname.lastname@example.org.A Feeding Frenzy in Washington
"He was a morally vacuous human being, but he came by it naturally."
"I dreamed about the old woman again last night. As before, I was following her down a narrow cobblestone street in a strange city."
"Randy Archer skulked low in his seat in the overcrowded classroom, hanging his head so his black tangles concealed the angry lump on his forehead."
Suitcases clutched in each hand, Zak said, “Bullwinkle, open the door.”
Mary Vensel White
“I feel the gentle pull of the pencil across my eyelid.”
Brent J. Ludwig
"The condensation from the doctor’s fifth double scotch on the rocks formed intersecting circles on the polished mahogany bar."