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First-Line Friday #183

Dusk’s Darkest Shores

Regency Wallflowers #1

by Carolyn Miller

Amberley

Lake District, England

March 1811

Music and laughter swirled through the assembly room, a shiny, animated scene within a life-sized bauble.


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11 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #183”

  1. “Watch out, Robbie.” Aunt Adele grabbed my elbow. “Here comes trouble.”
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  2. We’re TWINS!

    My first line is from Dusk’s Darkest Shores by Carolyn Miller:
    Amberly, Lake District, England. March 1811

    Music and laughter swirled through the assembly room, a shiney animated scene within a life-sized bauble.

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