16 Aug 2013

MY LOVE LIFE EXPLAINED.

Doing the rounds on FaceBook, I found this hard to resist ....


'His desk was a mahogany acre of real estate, his leather desk chair a throne.'
- Spirit and Dust by Rosemary Clement-Moore.

Hmm, I could make all kinds of comments about this sentences relevance to my love life - but won't.

So come on, now its your turn to spill the beans about what page 45 of your nearest read says about your love life.

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16 comments:

Kalyan Panja said...

lol...nice one!

Brandi Kosiner said...

ha too funny. a lot of things came to my mind as well

Stephanie@Fairday's Blog said...

Hmmm- that does bring to mind a few things!

My first line is from a MG book- Mom had gone to sleep a while ago. (I am not a mom, but this doesn't sound good for my love life- or maybe since I am not a mom it is okay...). lol Too funny!

Yvonne@fiction-books said...

Hi Tracy,

Here goes!

Page 45 of 'Sea Of Regret' by Carolyn Rose...

"I got two dollars." Sean rammed his hand into the pocket of his blue jean cutoffs, drew out a collection of coins, and counted, his lips moving. "And sixty-seven cents."

I can't think what that says about my sex life, apart from whether that sum of money is what I might be worth!

Have a great weekend.

Yvonne

Mama Zen said...

"Shoot out an explosive bola that wraps around its target."

First full sentence, page 45, Diablo.

Aunt Mary said...

THANK'S FOR MAKING ME LAUGH :)

Kelly said...

I'm laughing at all of the responses here, including yours! What a hoot!

Mine is quite boring in comparison.

"In 1703 a storm of great power and endurance brought the realities of cyclones to the heart of London itself."

First full sentence from page 45 of Isaac's Storm by Erik Larson.

So many books, so little time said...

"Rosie could see it all from her balcony, three floors up at St George's Cross." Hmm what do you make of that?

My other half read his and it was about having the heebie jeebies and feeling better once covering the body with a sheet. - Lol I am offended

Lainy http://www.alwaysreading.net

P.s I liked this

Brian Joseph said...

Siege Warfare by Christopher Duffy -

“These were the independent duchy of Lorraine, the three bishoprics of Metz, Toul and Verdun, and the Ardennes regions of Luxembourg and the south – eastern Netherlands.”

Go figure.

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

What a fun idea!

Suko said...

Fun idea! I missed this on Facebook!

Nikki-ann said...

Mine says "Is this something you would like?" Which is pretty apt at the moment! :D

Naida said...

Nice one Petty.
Mine is: After we stole past the sign leading into Shalerville that night, we ducked into the shadows the few times we saw anyone.
(Calling Me Home)

Betty Manousos said...

lol! too funny!
hope you're having a good sunday~
big hugs!

Shooting Stars Mag said...

hah - well, it COULD mean someone is in love with their work. But it could mean a lot more too. ;)

Bad Alice said...

Hmmm - "Or an escapologist." From W.A.R.P.: The Reluctant Assassin by Eoin Colfer. Well, well, well.