Sunday Sentence: May 17

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 know, whatever Tia is going to say may not draw blood, but I will feel it.’

Source: ‘Clap When You Land’ by Elizabeth Acevedo. HarperTeen.

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Sunday Sentence: May 10

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’ll never know, because it wasn’t a story she ever told.’

Source: ‘Years after my mother’s death, I finally understand what she was trying to say‘, by Jeanette Marantos. Los Angeles Times; May 6, 2020.

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Sunday Sentence: May 3

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’.

‘There is always more than one way to see the world. Those who claim otherwise would have you dwell forever in the dark.’

Source: Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson.



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Sunday Sentence: April 26

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’.



‘Bridie fights the wave of sickness that rises in her. He is like the boy she knew and unlike him.’

Source: Things in Jars by Jess Kidd. Atria Books.





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Sunday Sentence: April 19

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’.



‘What descends on me will be innumerable, will count out the divisions of the stars according to their names.’



Source: The Riot Grrrl Thing by Sara Larsen.



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Sunday Sentence: April 12

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’.

‘Nothing you do can stop time’s unfolding.
You don’t ever let go of the thread.’

Source: The Way It Is, by William Stafford

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Sunday Sentence: April 5

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’.

‘Tell me about your before’.

Source: ‘Get a Life, Chloe Brown’ by Talia Hibbert. Avon Books

Sunday Sentence: March 29

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’.

“When you’re young you think you’ve got all the time in the world,” she says. “And then suddenly you turn around and you’re old and one of you isn’t there anymore and you wonder how the years went so fast”.

Source: The Two Lives of Lydia Bird by Josie Silver

Sunday Sentence: March 22

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’.

‘If you really want the call to last, you can even cook the meal together before you eat it’.

Source: ‘How to Have a Virtual Dinner With Friends and Loved Ones’ by Rachel Kaser

Sunday Sentence: March 15

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’.

‘This sounds extreme because it is’.

Source: ‘Social Distancing: This is Not a Snow Dayby Asaf Bitton