Saturday, February 13, 2016

Calling All Authors: Can You Relate?

First lines of books are important.

Here are some, from books that are either published, or WIPs, from fellow authors:

"Guy had never been so lost." - Not2Nite, Barbara Burke

A silent movie of Kharova at its wild and rugged best spooled past the car window." —Heart Of A Hostage, by Christina Hollis

The first line of Beneath The Lake, my newest release is:

A final thud hurled him backward, flailing through brush and thickets like a rag doll. -Casi McLean

The first line of my WIP. Beyond The Mist is:
A soft mist hovered over the moonlit lake, beckoning, luring him forward with the seductive enticement of a mermaid's song. -Casi McLean

"A child’s shrill shriek split the frosty afternoon air over the normally tranquil little town of Amber Heights, Missouri.\" A Vampire To Be Reckoned With, RE Mullins, Company: : The Wiild Rose Press

"No one could see what Morgan and Jimmy Daniel had witnessed and live to testify." YA fantasy romance, The Hunter's Moon, by Beth Trissel, Company: : Mrs.

 “Dear Lord,” a woman called to heaven, “such a young man.  So near death.  What could have happened to you?” - Sinners' Opera, Linda Nightingale

"The skin of my inner thigh pebbled into hundreds of goosebumps as Tristan’s fingers slid up my leg to hook into my satin panties." - Shift Work, J.C. McKenzie

“How many ways can a writer write insert tab A into slot B?” -You're Tops, Sydney St. Claire

A woman can never make herself too herself too tough, too strong, or too street smart - The Miranda's Rights Mysteries
Fulfilling your killer at a time - The Miranda and Parker Mysteries,,  Someone Else's Daughter now FREE!

The Trouble with Charisma

Running From the Fire
Racing against Revenge


Cat Lovett Castellana said...

Great first lines, and a great idea for a blog post! Thank you!