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The Friday 56


Welcome to Week 19 with me!


Rules:
*Grab a book, any book.
*Turn to page 56.
*Find any sentence that grabs you.
*Post it.
*Add your (url) post below in Linky.

It's that simple.


Letters From Home - Kristina McMorris

PAGE 56:

As J.T. and his gang strolled gaily past the diner windows, Betty tried to imagine a hundred ways to put the nitwit in his place if given the chance.

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  1. Pretty cover...I hope Betty succeeds :)

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  2. Sounds like an interesting read. :)

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  3. What a lovely, soft cover... so inviting!

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  4. Love this one! Totally made me smile! LOL

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  5. LOL - ahhhh, nitwits
    love the cover of this one. letter writing is such an artform nowadays.

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  6. Ah, I love the sound of that one...LOL

    Gorgeous cover, too.

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  7. Hi Freda,
    That sounds like a really interesting book. Love the book cover. I'll have to check this one out. Have a great day!

    Sherrie
    Just Books
    http://sherriesbooks.blogspot.com/2011/03/friday-memes.html

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  8. Loving the cover AND the quote. Go Betty! ^_^

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  9. Oh I love a story about a nitwit especially when they are finally put in their place.

    Have a terrific weekend Freda. :)

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  10. Lol. She obviously doesn't like J.T

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  11. I found this today and decided to join in the fun.

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  12. Awww, the cover is so sweet.

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  13. Beautiful cover and the line made me laugh!

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  14. Gorgeous cover, and hilarious quote. Not often we see the word nitwit in a book! Thanks for sharing a good one.

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  15. Betty sounds like a very interesting character, I would like to know what she has in mind.

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