Friday, March 30, 2018

First Line Friday - March 30, 2018

Welcome to First Line Friday, hosted by Hoarding BooksHow was your week? I am looking forward to celebrating Easter! Do you have special plans? Our church has a special Good Friday service which we are planning to attend today. We're planning a small family lunch after church on Sunday. 

It's time to talk about our first lines! Yay!

My first line today is from A Borrowed Dream by Amanda Cabot. 

"It was only a dream."

Now it's your turn! Leave the first line of the book closest to you in the comments below then head over to Hoarding Books to see who else is sharing first lines on their blogs today. 


  1. Hope you have a joyous Easter! <3

    Jess McGrath tore the fire extinguisher off the fire extinquisher off the wall before running back to the blaze in her brother’s office.
    By Dana R. Lynn

    1. Thanks for sharing that dramatic first line. Happy Easter!

  2. Oh, this is one I've wanted to read!! It sounds like it would be really good. I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

  3. I look forward to reading this book.

    My frist paragraph is from: Life on the Porcelain Edge by C.E. Hilbert

    Tessa Tarrington’s life was in the toilet.
    Job? FIRED
    Current residence? CHILDHOOD BEDROOM
    Love life? NON-EXISTENT.
    Her life was swirling in the bowl, just waiting for the ultimate flush.

    Happy Easter blessings!
    It’s humorous but deals with hard issues.

    1. That sounds like a great book! Happy Easter!

  4. Happy Good Friday!
    My FLF is from Safely Home by Randy Alcorn. "Three men watched intently as peculiar events occurred, one right after the other, on opposite sides of the globe."
    Hope you have a wonderful Resurrection weekend! :)

    1. I've heard great things about Randy Alcorn's books but have yet to read one. Happy Easter!

  5. Happy Easter! I'm a day late because of Good Friday commitments yesterday. The book I'm sharing on my blog is The Social Tutor by Sally Britton. I enjoyed this novel. Here, I'm sharing the first line from another one of her books I just finished reading this week called Martha's Patience. "If you do not stop this instant, I may have to faint."

  6. That's a dramatic first line! Happy Easter!