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The Friday 56 (With Book Beginnings & A New Feature!)

Welcome to Week 226!

We have a new way to participate! See below!


Rules:
*Grab a book, any book.
*Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader
(If you have to improvise, that's ok.)
 *Find any sentence, (or few, just don't spoil it)
*Post it.
*Add your (url) post below in Linky. Add the post url, not your blog url. 
*It's that simple.



Or join The Friday 56 on Instagram!

Rules:
* Grab a book and find a creative way to showcase your 56.
It can be a photo of the book and the 56 in comments, or whatever you come up with.
Make sure to use the hashtag #Friday56
*Add your Instagram url to the Linky.
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It seemed like it would go on forever.





ONLY FRIDAY 56 PARTICIPANTS MAY USE THE LINKY.

Book Beginnings leave your links in the comments if you didn't join in the Friday 56.

The remarkable story of The World's Most Famous Drummer begins, rather remarkably, in July 1940.
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Comments

  1. That's a great quote you chose from the middle. I bet it's like that for many people who have fame or big success at a young age.

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  2. I love the Beatles. Ringo always seemed to be the goof-ball of the group, but i bet he wasn't really.

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  3. Thanks for sharing! I've always wanted to know more about Ringo. :)

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  4. That looks like it wonks be an interesting read. Happy weekend!

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  5. I don't like his music I am sad to say so I probably wouldn't read this book BUT I hope you enjoy it!

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  6. I have to be honest and say I'm not a major Beatles fan. I love some of their songs, they're great, but I don't go nuts about them. I like the sound of the F56 though. I hope you enjoy this one! Thanks for sharing :) I hope you have a great week!
    My Friday post
    Juli @ Universe in Words

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  7. I love the Beatles and it did seem like it would go on forever. Great 56!

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  8. This sounds interesting! I don't think I've ever read anything from Ringo's point of view.

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  9. I can't remember the last time I read a "grown up" book, but I would read this one. Thanks for the heads up.

    brenda

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  10. Was he talking about their fame?

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  11. I have always loved the Beatles. Truly, their music lives on forever. Great post!

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  12. I LOVE the Beatles...and Ringo is especially adorable. Thanks for sharing...and for adding my link.

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  13. I grew up listening to the Beatles only because my step-dad is a hardcore fan, I may have to get this for him for his birthday! Have a wonderful weekend Freda <3

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  14. Good you've moved into Instagram!

    I took April off, but I'm back! Moved the 56's to my pop culture blog, because it is bigger, and has tons of contributors :-)

    (-Gene'O - the guy who did the five-week Tolkien thing back in Feb. and March).

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