Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Teaser Tuesday: Four Today



Gerard's:

That was just mine, and no one had ever looked at it before, not even Miss Eveline at school.  Stupid, I told myself, with every push of the pedals.
From page 16 of Lost in the Sun by Lisa Graff.

This the same day the letter came, but I weren't home then.  I was feeling too riled to go home 'cause I seen Tommy Evans, found him, I mean, though I never told it till now, 'cause wouldn't you'f wondered why I was in them woods so early in the first place?
From page 16 of Ask the Dark by Henry Turner.
Karen's
I want so badly to tell her the truth, but I also know that the truth won't make things any better between us than they are now.  The truth makes less sense than the lie, and I don't even know which on I should go with anymore.

 From page 104 of Confess by Colleen Hoover.

Rand touched a finger to his forehead and headed out the door, settling his hat on his head as he went.  Change was coming to the Little Muddy, and a certain young blond woman was at the heart of it, whether she wanted to be or not.
From page 123 (Loc. 1908 on Kindle) of Ruby (Dakotah Treasures Book 1) by Lauraine Snelling.

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of A Daily Rhythm. Anyone can play along, so I thought  I  would play for fun! Just pick two sentences from the book you are reading.
Happy Reading!

6 comments:

  1. I like the Ruby teaser best, but I've been meaning to read Lost in the Sun. I also can't believe I haven't read Monster Calls yet.

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  2. You always have an interesting selection!

    My teaser this week is from an inspirational novel, which I really enjoyed:

    http://pdworkman.com/excerpt-from-the-language-of-sparrows/

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  3. These are all new to me. I hope you are enjoying all of them. My YA teaser this week comes from Silver in the Blood by Jessica Day George. Happy reading!

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  4. I love the teaser from Confess. And the one from Ask the Dark has me intrigued!

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  5. All of these books sound good! I like the "voice" in Ask the Dark, and I agree with the idea that truth is often stranger than fiction in Confess. You've featured some terrific books this week.
    My Tuesday post features SERENA.

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Thanks for commenting and happy reading!

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