#FirstLineFriday – Ren

FLFIt’s time for #FirstLineFriday! On Friday, authors post the first one or first two lines of a potential work, a work-in-progress, or a published work  on their blog, and title the post #FirstLineFriday (just like this). It’s  a lot of fun, so feel free to join in! You can share your link on my blog comments, or on Rami Ungar’s (the brains behind FLF).

Today’s first line comes from the short story Ren, part of the Thirteen Guests collection.

Ren turned off the shower and stepped out of the tub. The steam on the mirror reminded him of fog. Without contrast, his snow colored hair and skin were lost in it.

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#FirstLineFriday – Jome

FLFIt’s time for #FirstLineFriday! On Friday, authors post the first one or first two lines of a potential work, a work-in-progress, or a published work  on their blog, and title the post #FirstLineFriday (just like this). It’s  a lot of fun, so feel free to join in! You can share your link on my blog comments, or on Rami Ungar’s (the brains behind FLF).

Today’s first line comes from the short story Jome, part of the Thirteen Guests collection.

Jome checked his watch. It was after midnight already. He’d meant to arrive yesterday, but a delay had set them back and now they were crawling in at nearly the last minute.

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#FirstLineFriday – Lykke

FLFIt’s time for #FirstLineFriday! On Friday, authors post the first one or first two lines of a potential work, a work-in-progress, or a published work  on their blog, and title the post #FirstLineFriday (just like this). It’s  a lot of fun, so feel free to join in! You can share your link on my blog comments, or on Rami Ungar’s (the brains behind FLF).

Today’s first line comes from the short story Lykke, part of the Thirteen Guests collection.

Lykke waited patiently for Edvard. She’d finished her breakfast and made it to the hallway, but he’d stopped to talk to someone. She could always back track to pick him up again, but it seemed easier to wait.

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#FirstLineFriday – Trevor

FLFIt’s time for #FirstLineFriday! On Friday, authors post the first one or first two lines of a potential work, a work-in-progress, or a published work  on their blog, and title the post #FirstLineFriday (just like this). It’s  a lot of fun, so feel free to join in! You can share your link on my blog comments, or on Rami Ungar’s (the brains behind FLF).

Today’s first line comes from the short story Trevor, part of the Thirteen Guests collection.

Trevor laid Saul’s clothes out and then moved to the bathroom to run his bath. After more than fifty years, the rituals had become a routine.

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#FirstLineFriday -Eagan

FLFIt’s time for #FirstLineFriday! On Friday, authors post the first one or first two lines of a potential work, a work-in-progress, or a published work  on their blog, and title the post #FirstLineFriday (just like this). It’s  a lot of fun, so feel free to join in! You can share your link on my blog comments, or on Rami Ungar’s (the brains behind FLF).

Today’s first line comes from the short story Eagan, part of the Thirteen Guests collection.

Eagan oversaw his luggage being deposited in his room. Hands on his hips, he gave the servant’s directions, then bid them out when they’d finished.

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#FirstLineFriday -Brandle

FLFIt’s time for #FirstLineFriday! On Friday, authors post the first one or first two lines of a potential work, a work-in-progress, or a published work  on their blog, and title the post #FirstLineFriday (just like this). It’s  a lot of fun, so feel free to join in! You can share your link on my blog comments, or on Rami Ungar’s (the brains behind FLF).

Today’s first line comes from the short story Brandle, part of the Thirteen Guests collection.

When the Executioners finished their interrogation, Brandle followed a servant up the sweeping staircase. He’d been to most of the previous house parties and the security was new.

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#FirstLineFriday – Rangvald

FLFIt’s time for #FirstLineFriday! On Friday, authors post the first one or first two lines of a potential work, a work-in-progress, or a published work  on their blog, and title the post #FirstLineFriday (just like this). It’s  a lot of fun, so feel free to join in! You can share your link on my blog comments, or on Rami Ungar’s (the brains behind FLF).

Today’s first line comes from the short story Rangvald, part of the Thirteen Guests collection.

Rangvald stepped out of the small jet and onto a temporary landing strip. The sky above shone with thousands of stars and a chilly wind blew, heralding weather to come.

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#FirstLineFriday -Möngkedai

FLFIt’s time for #FirstLineFriday! On Friday, authors post the first one or first two lines of a potential work, a work-in-progress, or a published work  on their blog, and title the post #FirstLineFriday (just like this). It’s  a lot of fun, so feel free to join in! You can share your link on my blog comments, or on Rami Ungar’s (the brains behind FLF).

Today’s first line comes from the short story Möngkedai, part of the Thirteen Guests collection.

Möngkedai flipped the magazine page and gritted his teeth. How much longer would it be until they landed? If he didn’t get a cigarette soon he’d hurt someone.

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#FirstLineFriday – Urian

FLFIt’s time for #FirstLineFriday! On Friday, authors post the first one or first two lines of a potential work, a work-in-progress, or a published work  on their blog, and title the post #FirstLineFriday (just like this). It’s  a lot of fun, so feel free to join in! You can share your link on my blog comments, or on Rami Ungar’s (the brains behind FLF).

Today’s first line comes from the short story Urian, part of the Thirteen Guests collection.

Urian combed his blonde hair and studied the effect in the mirror. Of medium length, it curled just before his shoulders, leaving delicate wisps that teased his ears.

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#FirstLine Friday -Diana

FLFIt’s time for #FirstLineFriday! On Friday, authors post the first one or first two lines of a potential work, a work-in-progress, or a published work  on their blog, and title the post #FirstLineFriday (just like this). It’s  a lot of fun, so feel free to join in! You can share your link on my blog comments, or on Rami Ungar’s (the brains behind FLF).

Today’s first line comes from the short story Diana, part of the Thirteen Guests collection.

Diana walked through the doorway to find her son flopped in a chair. His dark hair was cropped short and his beard was neat and trim. It was the sunglasses perched on his head, his terrible posture, and the baggy clothes that made him look like a slob.

What do you think? What’s your first line for the week?

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