Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Twosday Timeout

Started a new novel just yesterday: The Next Always by Nora Roberts.

And because I couldn't wait to get it started, you aren't getting the first two sentences of the novel, but a couple sentences from a few pages in.

Deciding he'd murder anyone who called him before eight a.m., Beckett unlocked the stairwell, then climbed past the restaurant level to his door.  He didn't bother with the light, but moved by memory and the backwash of streetlights through the apartment.

The Next Always, page 16                   

Remember to share your Two!

Until next week!


Sarah said...

"I stepped out of the stall and went over to one of the mirrors and looked at my reflection. The snow that week had made my hair look curly and the heroin was making my eyes bluer." (Heather O'Neill's "lullabies for little criminals", p. 300)

Told from the point of view of a 13 year old girl...

Lacey said...

Is this the newest trilogy?

Amanda said...

It is! So far so good...

PS - Thanks for reading. :P