Hello, reader friends! Let’s take a peek at the An Hour Unspent first line! Autumn was/is short-lived and/or confused as usual and we had to close the house back up and crank the air conditioning once again. It’s not stopping me from sipping my cold apple cider! Around here the seasons have serious identity issues.
Speaking of issues… the launch issue of Hope by the Book magazine hits the presses in less than one month and we are absolutely thrilled! I can’t say it better than our Senior Editor, Carrie Schmidt so just hop over to her personal note on Reading Is My SuperPower. If you’re excited too, grab the discount code BOOKISH for $4 off an annual subscription!
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An Hour Unspent by Roseanna M. White
“Barclay Pearce shouldered his way through the mob, invisible. He’d learned over the years how to blend into any crowd, and this one was no different.”
Barclay shines in the An Hour Unspent first line and every line that follows! I’ll have more to share about this story later this month but for now y’all can head over to Hope by the Book because we are featuring new reviews every week (including this one) in addition to the exclusive reviews you’ll find in the quarterly magazine!
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