Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Teaser Tuesday: Four Today


Gerard's:

It was four in the morning and I was too excited to sleep.  Two weeks had passed since Sylvia's wonderful news; and now it was here--dog day! 
 From page 19 of a dog named Slugger--The true story of the service dog that changed my life by Leigh Brill.  (Non-fiction-click link for Gerard's review)


The man was still pounding on the door.  She felt something in her hand, a hard square inch of wood, and was startled to see the K tile clutched between her fingers.

From page 4 of One Kick by Chelsea Cain. (See my review--too good to not have a teaser from it.)

Karen's:

But Iola seemed to have found peace within herself, despite the rejection in her childhood and the pain in her life.  How do you cast aside a word like anathema, instead of slipping into it like second skin and living in it forever?

From page 168 (Loc. 2283 on Kindle) of The Prayer Box by Lisa Wingate.

I could barely believe what I'd just seen.  I sat in the darkened room too stunned to speak.

From page 26 of A Dog Named Slugger by Leigh Brill.


Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should  Be Reading. Anyone can play along, so I thought  I  would play for fun!
    Happy Reading!

8 comments:

  1. All of these are really good. I'm curious about Slugger. Sounds interesting.
    Here is my tease from Curses and Smoke - http://fuonlyknew.com/2014/08/26/teaser-tuesdays-77-curses-and-smoke-a-novel-of-pompeii/

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  2. I'm quite intrigued by One Kick, but liked them all.

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    1. Gerard's review of this will be up on Thursday.

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  3. I'm very interested in the one about the service dog Slugger.

    Mine this week: http://wp.me/pZnGI-bM

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  4. I'm most intrigued by "One Kick." Mine: The Chocolate War

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  5. I'm really interested in the second teaser. Cool pick!
    My Teasers.

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  6. Leigh Brill sounds promising. I always have a soft spot for dogs. Great teasers :) hope you have a great week

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  7. A DOG NAMED SLUGGER is very good. Gerard liked and so I am reading it now too. It's a book that really shows how much the service dogs can do and how they are not only for the blind but can help people with other disabilities too, like someone with Cerebral Palsy like Leigh, the author.

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