First Lines: May 2017
Our monthly look at some of the best opening lines from titles by BookLife authors.This month we’ve got zombies, samurai, dorks, mermaids, and a whole lot more. To submit a first line to BookLife, email email@example.com.
The Samurai by Colin Roy
It is vastly too beautiful a day for a funeral.
Escape from Dorkville by Dean Ammerman
I now have a great appreciation of toilets.
Skye’s Lure by Angel Leya
The Mer didn’t always exist—at least, not as we’re known now.
Champ: The Misanthrope of the Year by Erik Pollet
I do enjoy spending my early afternoon on the floor clutching my knees.
The Rector by Michael Hicks Thompson
Here’s what the coroner told me.
ZDate: A Zombie Romance by Charley Allen
I hate zombies. They’re so fucking stupid.