‘Sunday Sentence‘ is hosted by David Abrams. Participants share their best lines read during the past week, ‘out of context and without commentary’. You can view the original link here.
‘Amber leaned back in her armchair and smiled. She felt Meredith’s appraising eyes on her, and noticed once again how everything about her screamed old money, from her double strand of pearls to the slightly worn camel jacket.’
Source: The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine
Any lines and/or phrases that caught your eye this week?Share them in the comments!
‘Sunday Sentence‘ is hosted by David Abrams. We share the best sentences read during the past week, ‘out of context and without commentary’.
“Our numbers continue to show what they have shown for the past 35 years: Despite slow progress, the number of books featuring BIPOC protagonists lags far behind the number of books with white main characters–or even those with animal or other characters.”
I’m participating in David Abrams’s ‘Sunday Sentence‘ project, sharing the best sentence I’ve read during the past week, ‘out of context and without commentary’.
‘I was taught to remember, but never ask questions. Wes was taught to forget, and never ask why. We learned our lessons well and were showing them off to a tee. We sat there, just a few feet from each other, both silent, pondering an absence.’
Source: ‘The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates’, by Wes Moore