First Line Fridays – #1

Posted April 1, 2016 by meezcarrie in First Line Fridays, Sandra Orchard / 22 Comments

first line fridays

I’m starting something new … hopefully something fun 🙂

Every week (if I remember), I’ll do a First Line Fridays post and we can all share the first lines of whatever book we’re reading or hanging out with.

Today, mine is from Sandra Orchard’s latest mystery – A Fool and His Monet

a fool and his monet

And the first line is…

“I should have listened to my mother.”


What is your First Line on this April Fools Friday?


22 responses to “First Line Fridays – #1

  1. I’m reading End of the Road, a mystery by Amy M. Bennett. First line is: “He pulled of the highway onto the clearly marked, paved side road and shut the engine off, letting the Harley coast past the well-lit sign to Black Horse Campground.”

  2. “Silence rested on her shoulders like a crushing weight.” – Songkeeper by Gillian Bronte Adams. It’s so interested seeing the first sentence of books 😀

  3. Okay, the next closest one:

    It is never a happy day when an eight-year-old girl’s cheesecake lands in the dirt, and she certainly doesn’t take kindly to the laughing little boy who put it there.

    A Noble Masquerade by Kristi Ann Hunter

  4. We are reading Tangle by Brock Eastman (The Fourth Adventure in The Quest For Truth Series)as a family in the evenings. The first line of the book is in a Prologue “The winter wind swept flurries around the man as he trudged through the knee-high snow.”

  5. Trixi

    I just finished Terri Reed’s “Protect and Serve” last night…so I’ll give you the first line from that; “Georgiiiinnnaaa!” Gina Perry froze mid-stride in the center of her bedroom.

    Chilling huh??

  6. How many times have we thought that over the years? lol

    I’m currently reading A Buss from Lafayette. The first line:

    (Tuesday, June 21, 1825)

    I, Clara Summer Hargraves, of Gould Hill, in the Township of Hopkinton, in the State of New Hampshire, in the United States of America, in the Western Hemisphere, in the World, and in the Universe, do hereby take up my quill (well, pencil, as I am writing this by the pond so I can cool my feet in the water on this hot day)to keep a truthful – mostly faithful – account of my life from today forward.

  7. Beth Erin

    I’m currently reading By Your Side by Candace Calvert.
    “Officer, HELP!”

    Fun idea, Carrie! You’re so creative!

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