Wednesday, February 9

Third Sentence Thursday 2-10

 

Third Sentence Thursday is a weekly meme hosted by
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Third Sentence Thursday

The Rules:
1) Take the book you are reading now and post the third sentence
2) Review this sentence anyway you want (funny and silly reviews encouraged)
3) Post a link to your sentence here or if you don't have a blog, just post it in the comments! (Over at Sniffly Kitty’s Mostly Books HERE)

I am Currently reading 2 different books, so I will do the one closest to me!

Black Magic Sanction

 

Third Sentence:

“Beside me was a pile of rejects.”

For some reason the first thing that popped into my mind when I read this was High School. Why? I have no idea. Maybe because we used to use the word reject quite often .  Maybe because we were all rejects in one form or another back then.  You know; way back in ‘96!

The second thing I thought of was my book reviews.  I write and rewrite my review posts.  I do not print them out, but I do feel as though I sometimes have a pile of rejects beside me by the time I save and close the post.  I reword things a hundred times to make sure that I get my point across in the most precise way possible.  Bloggers are writers too.

Neither of those things are what Rachel Morgan is talking about in “Black Magic Sanction” by Kim Harrison.  To know what she is talking about you will just have to read it! HA! It is Book 8 in a series though and I suggest starting at the beginning with “Dead Witch Walking.” I have loved every book in the series so far and I highly recommend it!

12 comments:

  1. You got me hooked on this series! I'm going to read the second one soon!

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  2. that's a catchy 3rd sentence Shannon! lots of possibilities there. thanks for sharing here's mine:
    http://aobibliosphere.blogspot.com/2011/02/11th-3rd-sentence-thursday.html

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  3. LOVE this series! Pale Demon is already one of the best books of 2011! =D

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  4. Thanks guys! I am so happy for all the Hollows series love! Glad I could get you reading it Serena, I hope that you love the rest of them.
    aobibliophile, Thanks for stopping by.
    Larissa, I am hoping to start reading Pale Demon next, so excited! I got it from NetGalley, YAY!
    S~

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  5. LOL! For shame not giving more details. *grins* It's okay. The wee phrase just invokes images of book rejections in my mind. Why, I don't know. LOL!

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  6. I can see why it makes you think of book rejections. HA! I bet there are lots of those. This series is so good!
    S~

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  7. I'm passing on the Stylish Blogger Award to you because your blog ROCKS!!! Go here to accept it http://book-savvy.blogspot.com/2011/02/stylish-blogger-award.html

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  8. I don't think high schooler's calling each other rejects has died out yet. Or else, it hadn't died out while I was in high school, it's been a handful of years since I was a high schooler. We thought we were clever when we called someone a reject *sighs and shakes head*.

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  9. Hey Heather, Thanks so Much!

    Jackie,
    We were so mean to each other back then. The good thing is that most of us have grown out of it.... right? HA!
    S~

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  10. This is fantastic, I have never heard of third sentence Thursday, but I think I may just have to start doing this myself! HA!

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  11. Hi Stephanie,

    I think it is pretty fun! If you do, leave me a comment and I will check it out next week!
    S~

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