Teaser Tuesday is sponsored by MizB at Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Grab a book you are reading, open to a random page and pull two sentences. Post the book title, author, and page number. No spoilers, please. 😉
Welcome to the Quirky Girls’ edition of Teaser Tuesday. We have a few sentences to share from the varied books we are reading.
First of all Molly is reading from our upcoming Read-Along book. If you’d like to join us in reading this compelling book, go HERE for more information.
“Seattle’s thick fog, which slowed down traffic on the streets and made trouble for the ships sailing in and out of Elliott Bay, had become a blanket of comfort, hiding homes and buildings from phantom Japanese bombers or artillery from suspected Japanese submarines. It seemed like there was danger everywhere, from drunken sailors behind the wheel, Japanese saboteurs, and worst of all, his own parents if they caught him.
–Hotel On the Corner Of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford (Kindle location 733-735)
Faith is reading::
– Uncommon Sense For Real Women In the Real World, by Suzette Brawner & Jill Brawner Jones (page 59)
From Jehara’s current read:
“If anyone had been paying attention to the signs, they would have realized that air turns white when things are about to change, that paper cuts mean there’s more to what’s written on the page than meets the eye, and that birds are always out to protect you from things you don’t see.”
– The Peach Keeper by Sarah Addison Allen (Kindle version, page 4-location 52)
“Cold hopped onto the tips of his toes and rode out the ripples of the ringing throughout his body until his teeth clattered and his knees faltered and he had to hug himself to keep from unraveling. This was his aura, a cold halo of chemical electricity that encircled him immediately before he was struck by a full seizure. Howard had epilepsy.”
– from Tinkers by Paul Harding (Kindle location 83-84)
And that’s what the Quirky Girls are reading right now. Have we teased you with our sentences?