Book Beginnings Battle #9 || Which of these first lines do you prefer?

Book Beginnings is a weekly meme hosted by Gilion @Rose City Reader. The idea is to share the beginning of a book each week. But I'm not just sharing some first lines today, I made it my own thing: the Book Beginnings Battle. Because why not make a fun little game out of it?  I'm going … Continue reading Book Beginnings Battle #9 || Which of these first lines do you prefer?

Book Beginnings Battle #8 || Which of these first lines do you prefer?

Book Beginnings is a weekly meme hosted by Gilion @Rose City Reader. The idea is to share the beginning of a book each week. But I'm not just sharing some first lines today, I made it my own thing: the Book Beginnings Battle. Because why not make a fun little game out of it?  I'm going … Continue reading Book Beginnings Battle #8 || Which of these first lines do you prefer?

Book Beginnings Battle #7 || Which of These First Lines Do You Prefer?

Book Beginnings is a weekly meme hosted by Gilion @Rose City Reader. The idea is to share the beginning of a book each week. You pick up a book and read the first few sentences. Will it hook you straight away? Does it have significant meaning that will be revealed later? Good. Book. Beginnings. Are. … Continue reading Book Beginnings Battle #7 || Which of These First Lines Do You Prefer?

Book Beginnings Battle #6 || Which of These First Lines Do You Prefer?

Book Beginnings is a weekly meme hosted by Gilion @Rose City Reader. The idea is to share the beginning of a book each week. You pick up a book and read the first few sentences. Will it hook you straight away? Does it have significant meaning that will be revealed later? Good. Book. Beginnings. Are. … Continue reading Book Beginnings Battle #6 || Which of These First Lines Do You Prefer?

Book Beginnings Battle #5 || Which of These First Lines Do You Prefer?

Book Beginnings is a weekly meme hosted by Gilion @Rose City Reader. The idea is to share the beginning of a book each week. You pick up a book and read the first few sentences. Will it hook you straight away? Does it have significant meaning that will be revealed later? Good. Book. Beginnings. Are. … Continue reading Book Beginnings Battle #5 || Which of These First Lines Do You Prefer?

Book Beginnings Battle #4 || Which of These First Lines Do You Prefer?

Book Beginnings is a weekly meme hosted by Gilion @Rose City Reader. The idea is to share the beginning of a book each week. You pick up a book and read the first few sentences. Will it hook you straight away? Does it have significant meaning that will be revealed later? Good. Book. Beginnings. Are. … Continue reading Book Beginnings Battle #4 || Which of These First Lines Do You Prefer?

Book Beginnings Battle #3 || Which of These First Lines Do You Prefer?

Book Beginnings is a weekly meme hosted by Gilion @Rose City Reader. The idea is to share the beginning of a book each week. You pick up a book and read the first few sentences. Will it hook you straight away? Does it have significant meaning that will be revealed later? Good. Book. Beginnings. Are. … Continue reading Book Beginnings Battle #3 || Which of These First Lines Do You Prefer?

Book Beginnings Battle #2 || Which of These First Lines Do You Prefer?

Book Beginnings is a weekly meme hosted by Gilion @Rose City Reader. The idea is to share the beginning of a book each week. You pick up a book and read the first few sentences. Will it hook you straight away? Does it have significant meaning that will be revealed later? Good. Book. Beginnings. Are. … Continue reading Book Beginnings Battle #2 || Which of These First Lines Do You Prefer?

Book Beginnings Battle #1 || Which of These First Lines Do You Prefer?

Book Beginnings is a weekly meme hosted by Gilion @Rose City Reader. The idea is to share the beginning of a book each week. The way a book begins is so important. Will it hook you straight away? Does it have significant meaning that will be revealed later? I have this weird thing for a … Continue reading Book Beginnings Battle #1 || Which of These First Lines Do You Prefer?