First-Line Friday #231

Where the Road Bends

by Rachel Fordham

Blackwell, Iowa, 1880

The small band on her ring finger glistened in the sunlight as Norah King walked the family land she had nearly lost.


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  1. “Daniel Miller was bored. It made no sense. Not really. It was Saturday night, there was no church in the morning, and he was standing with a group of longtime friends in the Troyers’ backyard.” ~From HAPPILY EVER AMISH by Shelly Shepard

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  2. Rachel’s book was very good! I think she gets better with each one.

    My first line comes from a fabulous book by Pepper Basham, The Heart Of The Mountains:
    Chapter 1. October, 1919
    “Running away from an arranged marriage to the wilds of the Blue Ridge hadn’t gone as Cora Taylor expected.”

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