Hello! Welcome to the new First Line Friday!! (See end of post for more details). We’ve tried to make things a little bit easier for you – hope you enjoy!
This week has been a week. You know what I’m talking about right? But you know what is good? It’s fall! Well, sort of. Here in Central NY it’s still not quite cool enough to feel like fall, but you can see a slight change in the color of the leaves, and I’m ready for pumpkin goodies and apple cider. Are you with me?
This week I am sharing the first line from a book I recently read (review coming next week!) and adored. Debra and I rode together to attend the CFRR. she is such a delight, and I will be sharing a little bit more about her when I post the review on Monday!
Today’s First Line is……
Edinburgh, Scotland 1956
Heather Munro gazed down Victoria Street so long, she became another gray-suited statue along the Royal Mile.
Now it’s your turn! Share the first line of the book you’re reading below and make sure to visit the NEW AND IMPROVED #firstlinefriday home HERE!