Sunday, January 29, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

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If you're a regular reader of my blog, you know that every Friday I have a FRIDAY FIRSTS guest, and I post the first five sentences of his/her book, plus some interesting first facts about them.

But now I'm adding something new. Every Sunday, a bunch of writers post six sentences from their books on their blogs. I've decided to join them. For the next few week, I'll post sentences from my newest release, HER ONE-NIGHT PRINCE.

Here are the first six sentences of the book:

All Mitch knew about her was her first name. Lydia.

He wondered for the umpteenth time how he’d let himself be talked into this nonsense. She might as well have used the age-old description for a less than attractive blind date by telling him she had a good personality.

But this was no blind date.  Just a bad idea.

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6 comments:

  1. Oh, I loved your six. Made me want to read more. whats so bad? Who is Lydia?

    Excellent six!

    Michelle
    www.Michelle-Pickett.com

    Author of Concilium, available July 2012
    Concilium: The Departure, November 2012
    PODs, available June 2013

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  2. Something tells me there's much more to this blind date! Nice six.
    Amy Durham

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  3. Intriguing opening. How bad could it be? Nice six!

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  4. Michelle, thanks so much for stopping by. :)

    Amy, yes, there is so much more to this blind date that isn't a blind date. LOL.

    Babette--not so bad. Depending on how you look at it.

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  5. Welcome to SSS, I wonder why it's so bad!

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  6. I think there's more to this first date.... Great six!

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