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Teaser Tuesday


* Grab your current read.
* Let the book fall open to a random page.
* Share with us two (2) “teaser” sentences from that page, somewhere between lines 7 and 12.
* You also need to share the title of the book that you’re getting your “teaser” from…that way people can have some great book recommendations if they like the teaser you’ve given.
* Please avoid spoilers!

My Teaser:

Today, I would play in the woods, all by myself, where a shady breeze always stirred, where one clearing became my beautiful castle. A big tree stump was my throne while several smaller ones seated all my subjects.

~ Page 46, Flavors - Emily Sue Harvey


  1. Sounds like a nice fantasy. Love the book cover too.

  2. What a lovely teaser. My TT:

  3. That sounds magical! Here's mine - not quite as idyllic!

  4. It reminds me of childhood. Here is my teaser.

  5. Enchanting is the first word that came to mind when I read this, it sort of reminds me of my childhood.

  6. Sounds like something I would have imagined as a little girl :)

  7. Oh, what a lovely place that must be! The visual and other sensory images captured me....thanks for sharing. Love the cover, too.


  8. Your teaser makes me wish to look out for this novel!

    My tbr pile is already SO long!

    Here is my Teaser Tuesday: THe Noah's Ark Quest by Boyd Morrison post!

  9. I want to go play in the woods. (Well..only if it magically warms up)

    Here's my Teaser:

  10. I have this for review and I totally love this teaser! The flow of it totally fits that gorgeous cover, too!

  11. Sounds like memories of make believe from childhood, bound in a book with a lovely cover!

  12. I'd love to be doing that right now. Could use some nice warm weather and a walk in the woods! Great teaser.

  13. That is gorgeous! And as a child who grew up in the woods, it brings back memories! Thanks for stopping by today :)

  14. I have this waiting for me to read. Love the teaser!

  15. Great cover and teaser,pls stop and see mine.

  16. I hadn't heard of this book but it sounds great and love the cover.

  17. Lovely teaser! Sounds like a wonderful place to play, but a little lonely. Really beautiful cover, too.

  18. I do love this!

    And the cover is so pretty.

    Thank you for visiting my blog Freda. I hope your day is AWESWOME!

  19. Great teaser! And I agree everyone, the cover is beautiful! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  20. what a magical imagination among the fields of summer. Are you tired of winter.. got a whopping 20 cms yesterday ... need some summer rays.

  21. I love this teaser! It has a innocence to it.

    Mine is here:

  22. Great teaser, love the cover too!

  23. Oh I loved that one! It brought back memories of my own childhood! Fun :)

  24. What a lovely teaser! I'm not familiar with this book but I love the cover!


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