1. Take first five novels from your bookshelf.
2. Book 1 — first sentence
3. Book 2 — last sentence on page 50
4. Book 3 — second sentence on page 100
5. Book 4 — next to the last sentence on page 150
6. Book 5 — final sentence of the book
7. Make the five sentences into a paragraph.
8. Feel free to “cheat” to make it a better paragraph.
9. Name your sources
10.Post to your blog.
Okay. I didn’t cheat. I went to the top shelf of my first bookcase and took the first five books in the order they were there, and did the sentences in the same order. My paragraph:
Michael Donovan finished unpacking and headed straight to the wet bar in the suite’s living room. It was like walking into a ball of light. “Are you crazy? You know what will happen if we go in there.” “I sutured his scalp wound ten days ago.” The sounds of laughter and ripping fabric floated on the breeze.
Book 1—Paradise Awakening by Jaci Burton
Book 2—Legend of the Leopard by Melani Blazer
Book 3—No Place to Hide by Madalyn Reese
Book 4—Doctors on the Frontline by Olivia Gates
Book 5—Lady Dragon by Jewell Mason
And hey! That was fun. So…let’s do an all EC version! :clap:
“Who are you?” “Why Jordan Lee, how nice to see you.” Did nothing hold value for her anymore but her own self-centered depression? He leaned forward and nuzzled her mound. Right now, warmth could be found in the arms of the woman he loved.
Book 1—Dante’s Relic by Melani Blazer
Book 2—Magnolia Summer by Jaci Burton
Book 3—Fetish by Sherri L. King
Book 4—Abduction by Lynn LaFleur in Ellora’s Cavemen: Legendary Tails I
Book 5—Winterland Destiny by Jaci Burton
(Gee, you’d think in such a random sampling that books that are rumored to be nothing but 80% sex would have more than a mound nuzzling, no?