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The Friday 56

Welcome to Week 41 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. Add the post url, not your blog url.

It's that simple.



The hanging colored lanterns and yellow lights flamed out down the midway in a domino effect that wrapped around the curve of the chain-link border of the fairgrounds.

~From Location 56% on Kindle.




Comments

  1. I luv to see fair grounds, so festive.

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  2. Very descriptive one. Interesting title.

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  3. I forgot about this meme, and I was going to try it. I must remind myself to do it soon. It looks fun.

    And I love your "I dig NYC" t shirt.


    Good news and some MORE good news is my Friday post. Hope your weekend goes smoothly!!!

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  4. Wonderful, descriptive sentence. I just love it!

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  5. Love the descriptive writing on the fair.

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  6. Great visual images! Thanks for sharing...and for hosting.

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  7. I like seeing fairgrounds in books too. There is so much that could be going on there...wonder what this is all about.

    Thanks for linking my post for today. You are quicker than me. (Actually, I was at the park when it went up ;))

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  8. Thanks for linking me up...I was getting there, but had to go away for a bit first.

    Hmm...yellow lights making a domino effect. Interesting.

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  9. Sorry I missed out this week, my internet connection went down last night and I just now getting back online. I will be back next week for sure.

    Your 56 makes me very curious about that book.

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  10. candy and cigarettes aren't really a good combo in my opinion :)

    but that line makes me want to find out why that book is titled such!!!

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  11. cool imagery. makes me think of some grand event location.

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