First Lines: February 2017
A monthly look at some of the best opening lines from titles by BookLife authors.This month, we’ve got zombies, poisoners, outlaws, and a whole lot more. To submit your first line to BookLife, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Apocalypse Men by John Cheney
The world was melting.
Beyond Every Mirror by Christine Church
His day was going great—until he discovered he was dead.
Plagued by Better Hero Army
It took an insane kind of bravery to hunt zombies.
Jestus on Rampage by V.S. Sury
In a battle between the logical and the illogical, the illogical invariably wins the day.
The Dangerous Summer of Jesse Turner by D.C. Reep and E.A. Allen
Everybody knew I was an outlaw’s kid.
The Lady and the Mountain Man by Misty Beller
Are you going to poison her the way you killed your last wife?