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First-Line Friday #185

Summertime Lilies

Oak Street Series #1

by LM Karen

Brittany

I am speed walking to the elevator after a twelve-hour night shift in University Hospital’s oncology unit, trying to stay upright on my feet, when one of my direct reports catches me.


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14 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #185”

  1. Do you believe in fairies? If you do, clap your hands!
    J. M. Barrie, PETER PAN
    “Do you see her? Is she down there?” I tried not to let my five-year-old customer hear the panic in my voice. Of course Fiona was down there.
    A SPARKLING OF MURDER by Daryl Wood Gerber
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  2. Happy Friday! My first line is from “Sticks and Stone” by David James Warren:

    “The pieces of two lives sit in my brain like they should fit together, but no matter how hard I press, I can’t get them to line up.”

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  3. My first line is from:
    Along a Storied Trail by Ann Gabhart
    Everybody thought Tansy Calhoun was heartbroken after Jeremy Simpson threw her over for Jolene Hoskins.

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  4. “He had ruined death for her, and the hope of it.” On the Cliffs of Foxglove Manor by Jaime Jo Wright. I highly recommend this dual timeline!

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