Thursday, February 8, 2024

First Line Friday #167

First Line Friday is a weekly feature and simple to do - grab the book nearest you and post the first line. Carrie hosts this over on her blog Reading is my Superpower.

Godwin of Wessex was born towards the end of the tenth century, at the cusp of a new millennium.

Happy Reading!


  1. I hear new millennium, and I think 2000. Took me a minute to realize they had one, too.

  2. I'll have to check if this book is already on my Wish List... [grin]

    "On September 12, 2015, I was kayaking with my friend Charlotte Kinloch in Monterey Bay, off the coast of California."

    'How to Speak Whale - A Voyage into the Future of Animal Communication' by Tom Mustill

  3. Have a wonderful weekend, Sarah ☕📚🐉🌞

  4. My first line comes from 8 Down by Kimberley Woodhouse:

    Down, 8. Six letters: Number 6 on the periodic table.

    November 25, 9:47 a.m. Fairbanks, Alaska

    Nothing could have prepared her for the dead body at the crime scene.
    Paula Shreckhise

  5. Interesting. I don't know much about that period in history.

    Have a great weekend!

    Emily @ Budget Tales Book Blog
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  6. This seems like an interesting period of history to read about. Thanks for mentioning this book!


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