Join in by sharing opening lines of a current (or next up) read, as well as your thoughts; then turn to page 56 and choose an excerpt from that page.
Today I’m celebrating a book by an author I first “met” through another great book of hers earlier this summer. Commencement, by J. Courtney Sullivan, is a “sparkling tale of friendship and a fascinating portrait of the first generation of women who have all the opportunities in the world, but no clear idea about what to choose.”
Celia woke with a gasp.
Her head was throbbing, her throat was dry, and it was already nine o’clock. She was late for Sally’s wedding or, at least, for the bus that would take her there.
Obviously a night on the town has left our character in this state. I guess I want to know more…LOL
The latest scare had come just two days earlier, when April called from some army base in Illinois to say that a military guard had beaten the shit out of her when he caught her stealing classified files.
Now I’m eager to find out more about these characters. What have you decided to spotlight today? Please stop by and share!