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Intro of Chapter Seven
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Enjoy today. It won't come back.
~ Amish Poverb


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  1. My immediate thought when I read that quote what that some days I am glad to see go and I wouldn't want back if I could have it. But I understand the sentiment.

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  2. I do like the proverb, so true! Here is my Tuesday post https://cleopatralovesbooks.wordpress.com/2015/06/23/first-chapter-first-paragraph-june-23/

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  3. BTW - congrats on the upcoming wedding - much happiness Freda

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  4. How very, very true! Of course, bad days don't last either. The teaser on my adult blog this week comes from House of the Rising Sun by Kristen Painter - an urban fantasy. He's also enjoying his day. Happy reading!

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  5. I spotted this somewhere earlier. Looks like one I'd like:)

    My TT - http://fuonlyknew.com/2015/06/23/teaser-tuesdays-119-shadow-of-danger-by-kristine-mason/

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  6. I love that cover, and what a great excerpt! Thanks for sharing, and here's mine: “THE NEW NEIGHBOR”

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  7. You know that is short and pithy and correct. LOL

    I think I've read a book by Tricia Goyer before.

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  8. Like the cover and proverb.

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  9. True!!!


    mine: https://storytreasury.wordpress.com/2015/06/22/teaser-tuesday-ancillary-sword/

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  10. Huh, it is very true! The Amish get right to the point.

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  11. I like the cover too. I'm going to check this one out further.

    Best Wishes on your wedding!

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  12. Sometimes that is a good thing. Happy reading.

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  13. No truer words have been said!

    Mine is from Sally Green’s Half Wild (the sequel to half bad) http://wp.me/p4IAgx-3x

    Have a lovely week.

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  14. Good advice, but easier said than done.

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  15. That's a good one! I need to remind myself of that sometimes! Thanks for dropping by my TT! :)

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