NOTE: This is a scheduled post
Book Beginnings on Friday is hosted by Katy at A Few More Pages. How to participate: Share the first line (or two) of the book you are currently reading. Don’t forget to include the title and the author so others will what you’re reading. Optional: Share your thoughts about the lines (did you like them?). Post your link on the hostess’s blog.
The thing about her life, Rachel Porter realized as she scrambled out of her Malibu beach house with an armload of accessories, a collapsible rolling wardrobe rack, and a mouthful of chalky “French vanilla” protein bar at the unholy hour of 9:30 A. M. on a Saturday, was that it never stopped. Never. Ever. — Home for the Holidays (Lisa Plumley)
My thoughts: Puts the reader right into the middle of Rachel’s hectic life as the stylist to an A-list celebrity/diva.
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Hosted by Freda at Freda’s Voice
♥ Grab a book, any book.
♥ Turn to page 56.
♥ Find any sentence that grabs you.
♥ Post it.
♥ Link it here.
Across the apartment’s living room-slash-dining room, Mimi spooned up the minestrone soup she’d heated, making occasional “yum” noises and tapping away on her laptop. — pg 56, (Home for the Holidays ~ Lisa Plumley)