Sunday Sentence | August 16

What is the Sunday Sentence project?

‘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

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Sunday Sentence: Love and Life, Cathleen
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Sunday Sentence | August 2

What is the ‘Sunday Sentence‘ project?

Sunday Sentence‘ is hosted by David Abrams. Participants share the best sentences read during the past week, ‘out of context and without commentary’. You can view the original link here.


“Claws of ancient anxiety sank into his skin, but he closed his eyes for a second and pulled them out, one by one.”


Source: Take a Hint, Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert



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Sunday Sentence | July 12

What is the ‘Sunday Sentence‘ project?

Sunday Sentence‘ is hosted by David Abrams. We share the best sentences read during the past week, ‘out of context and without commentary’. You can view the original link here.


‘Alone, all alone.
Nobody, but nobody
Can make it out here alone.’

Source: ‘Alone’ by Maya Angelou


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Sunday Sentence: June 28

What is the ‘Sunday Sentence‘ project?

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.”


Source: The Numbers Are In: 2019 CCBC Diversity Statistics. Posted by Madeline Tyner.



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Sunday Sentence: June 21

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 was once a boy with a future. Until all he had left was his past.’

Source: ‘We Hunt the Flame’ by Hafsah Faizal


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Sunday Sentence: June 14

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 have no doubts that I would still accomplish everything I’ve set out to accomplish without any help–as my mom is so quick to point out, I’m too damn stubborn not to.”

Source: ‘The Boyfriend Project’ by Farrah Rochon


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Sunday Sentence: May 24

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 love supporting authors. I love supporting bookstores. I love supporting publishing.’

Source: Ariel Bissett, The TBR Tag (or, how many unread books do I own?!)

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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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