is a weekly bookish meme,
hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading.
Today, my Teasers are from
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This is an interesting historical fiction on a young married woman in South Dakota in the early 20th century. Life is tough, the wind is howling on the great plains and the drought is merciless. I love how she finds solace in nature. I love this area!
The sun cracked the horizon wide-open as they moved across the final plateau above the river…
Cottonwoods swayed in the breeze, the pale underbellies of their leaves catching the light.
Anyone can play along! Just do the following:
• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS!
(make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away!
You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
Share the title & author, too,
so that other TT participants can add the book
to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!
Interesting teaser. Sounds like a good read. Here is my TT http://cynthiastacey.com/2013/12/10/teaser-tuesday-dec-10/
it is. just left a comment on yours
Definitely need to add this one to my list 🙂
good, but I warn you, there are some really tough passages in there
Beautiful description in your Teaser. I love historical fiction and, in fact, my Teaser today is from a novella that takes place in the 1880s. I bet you’d enjoy it!
Here’s the link: CHRISTMAS CALLING.
I do enjoy historical fiction and novels set in different States, but even though I am an Orthodox Christian, I don’t like much Christian romance. For Christianity, I do read nonfiction, theology, or spirituality, but no fiction
What a beautifully descriptive teaser! Thanks for sharing 🙂
My teaser this week is from Red Rising: http://thefictionenthusiast.blogspot.com/2013/12/teaser-tuesday-december-10th.html
thanks for stopping by, just commented on your blog
Interesting to find solace in nature when it’s nature that’s killing her.
Great teaser. Please check out mine.
well, yes and no, right no, nature helps her survive living with a terrible husband…
Very descriptive! My teasers this week are from The Great Trouble by Deborah Hopkinson and Dark Witch by Nora Roberts. Happy reading!
Yes, there are a lot of harshly beautiful descriptions in this book. Thanks for stopping by, I had not met you before, and just left a comment on your 2 blogs. I run virtual book tours at http://francebooktours.com, you might want to go have a look, and if you are interested in possibly reviewing mysteries for instance, you could fill in the questionnaire found on this page: http://francebooktours.com/be-a-tour-host/
See the upcoming tours in the sidebar, you might be interested in The Collector of Dying Breaths
Interesting. Bummed I couldn’t find a kindle addition. Will have to wait until it ships. 🙂
that will be worth the wait, lol. but beware there are some really tough passages, this book is not for the faint of heart!
this sounds lovely. thanks for stopping by today
you are welcome, that’s the fun of memes, to discover new blogs