First lines are important-
If you’re like most visitors to a bookstore, you probably glance at a book’s cover and maybe read the blurb on the back. Then, if what you saw caught your attention, you’ll flip open to the first page.
Those first lines are the author’s chance to pull you into their fictional world and the story that takes place in it. As I thought about how to announce this month’s lineup of new releases, I realized I loved the way our June authors chose to open their stories.
Each first paragraph has a different feel to it, but all of them do an excellent job of giving us a quick glimpse into what the main character is like and what kind of story is about to unfold. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did!
From Stuck Together by Mary Connealy
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