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The Sound of Distant Thunder FLF

Hello, reader friends! Today’s featured title is from one of my dear Seekerville sisters! Check out the first line of The Sound of Distant Thunder by Jan Drexler below, then open the book nearest you and share the first line!

My internet host was unable to resolve the issue with MailChimp due to limited resources so I’m in the process of moving to a new host (which is why today’s post is later than usual). I hope to never need to change hosts again because oh the jumping through hoops is about to drive me batty!

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First Line Fridays hosted by Hoarding Books


The Sound of Distant Thunder by Jan Drexler

The Sound of Distant Thunder by Jan Drexler

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Jonas! Pay attention! You’re going to drop that sack!


“Pay attention” is a well-used phrase in our home. Isn’t it so easy to get distracted from what we’re supposed to be doing?!


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10 thoughts on “The Sound of Distant Thunder FLF”

  1. Happy Friday! My first line is from How to Make Victoria Sponge by Margaret Kazmierczak.

    “Monday, six-fifteen in the morning and the alarm wakes me up for a new day.”


  2. Oh, I would LOVE to read that book!

    My first line –
    He was there.
    For what? Harry Bronson couldn’t answer that, but somehow he knew the man sat somewhere behind him, eyes scrutinizing him.
    By L. C. Hayden


  3. I’m featuring Michelle Griep’s new novella, A Tale of Two Hearts, on my blog today. Here is the second line:

    “Closing her eyes, she savored the warmth and the first line to a new adventure, as was her wont whenever Miss Whymsy stopped by and lent her a book.”

    Happy Friday!


  4. I’m waiting on this one to come in the mail 🙂
    The Book I’m sharing on my blog this week is A Love Restored by Kelly Goshorn but I’m currently reading The Abolitionist’s Daughter by Kathleen Maher so I’ll share the first line of that here: “The wrong ideas could get a head–and a body–into a heap of trouble.” Hope you have a great weekend with plenty of quality reading time! 🙂


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