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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:

All of this done by one man at the controls of our space age trash truck.
But there were problems.

~ Page 55, Letters From Wheatfield - Patrick Shannon


  1. That's quite a trash truck, isn't it!! Cute cover.


  2. Great teaser! The cover is really good! My TT is at Coffee Table Press

  3. Sounds interesting. My teaser this week is at

  4. I can relate. We have an automated trash truck too. Nice tease.

    Here are my two teases: The Beloved Dead

  5. Is this sci-fi-y? LOL! I ask because of space age, but it's probably not, I guess. I haven't heard of it. Enjoy!

  6. Fantastic cover image and great teaser -- never heard of this book or author!

  7. Interesting ... love the cover!

    Thanks for stopping by! :-)

  8. Beautiful cover and an intriguing teaser.

    My group's teasers are here: Quirky Girls Read

  9. Some trash truck indeed.

    Have a terrific day. :)

  10. Interesting teaser. I haven't heard of this one. I hope you enjoy it.

  11. I'm trying to picture this space age trash truck -- is this fiction or non-fiction?

    Here's mine:

  12. interesting...

    here is mine

  13. I will be forced to check this out, I must know more about the trash truck. My teaser is up at Calico Contemplations.

  14. What a funny teaser and great cover!

    Thanks for visiting my TT :)

  15. You always have to most interesting teasers!!

  16. This is one of those cases where I wish we were supposed to include a couple of paragraphs instead of only a couple of sentences.

  17. There are always problems! I love the cover :) Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

  18. I love your Teaser Tuesdays!

    My response is at:

    Stop by:)

  19. Interesting teaser! I hope you are enjoying the book. Happy reading!

  20. Interesting teaser and that cover catches your eye.

  21. Great teaser! Love the cover :-)

  22. Thanks for stopping by! Great teaser, happy reading!

  23. Oh no! A tyrannical trash truck driver? Good teaser! Thanks for stopping by today :)

  24. This sounds really interesting.

  25. Hmmm. A space-age trash truck. I wonder what it's done?

    Here's mine:

  26. Is this about farming or space travel? hum....

    Thanks for visiting my teaser.

    I invite you to enter my contest for a paperback copy of Dust to Dust by Heather Graham. Ends 4/7



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