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Friday, November 17, 2006

Guess My Book..

I did this on my blog and I've seen a lot of people doing it on theirs but I thought it would be something fun to do here on SF's book blog. Maybe we can get it going on a weekly basis. Just for some fun. But I was thinking we would change it up a bit, do a certain author at a time, and post a couple more sentences. We'll start with Susan Elizabeth Phillips and go through her books first. So here it is.....

The Rules:

1. Grab the nearest book.

2. Open to page 123.

3. Find the fifth sentence.

4. Post the text of the next six sentences on your blog along with these instructions.

5. Don't you dare dig around for that "cool" or "intellectual" book on your shelves. (I know you were thinking about it.) Just pick up whatever is closest.

Guess my book:

The idea was so absurdly simple that she should have thought of it right away. She looked over at her suitcase and frowned at the scratch on the side. That suitcase had cost something like eighteen hundred pounds when she'd bought it less than a year before. Flipping open her cosmetic case, she riffled through the contents looking for a cake of eye shadow approximately the same butternut shade as the leather. When she found it, she unscrewed the lid and gently dabbed at the scratch. It was still faintly visible when she was done, but she felt satisfied that only a close inspection would reveal the flaw.

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