Here we go with our second episode! We discuss first lines from listeners and Morrigan has Aha moments. Below are the lines shared.
From Cheryl Lendvay's book, Tales from the Tallgrass Prairie: "No one in the house heard the gunshot. At least that's what they said."
From Jessica McFadden: “I lifted my eyes from reading the spells in my grimoire, an ache pulsing at the base of my neck, reaching down between my shoulder blades where my wings would soon erupt.
From E.M. Criman: “I was leaving my entire life behind, and it was my own stupid fault.
From Dale Fitzgerald’s book, Hallows Man "Well, the day had started out normal enough..."
From Lori R. Lopez’s book, Leery Lane "It was the place kids were warned about from birth."
From Del Howison’s book, The Survival of Margaret Thomas "There are things that fix themselves in your mind; the blue smoke of multiple weapons discharging, the flash of an evil woman's smile, or the repulsive beauty of a bloodstained silhouette on a dry wooden sidewalk."
From Holly Bell’s book, On the Road to Nimrod “We'll have to wait for the heavy morning dew to capture it.”
Do you have a first line you’d like to share? Leave a comment and we’ll feature it on a future episode