Doing the Dewey: Mini Challenge #1 – Book Sentence: 04.21.2012

Doing the Dewey: Mini Challenge #1:

A Book Sentence

By Zara D. Garcia-Alvarez

After sorting through a number of books and murmuring to myself, here is my “book” sentence:

***

While I was gone in the castle of the Flynns, the mermaids singing translations of beauty, one moment, one morning—the door east of the mountains in a glass house (the house I loved), where she has gone, the girls of no return—the Englishman’s boy, the romantic, tall, cool one; what Cassanova told me:

“Courage, my Love. Until I find you (the year of  finding memory), belong to me. Never let me go…”

***

How’s that for a mouth full?

Thanks to On the Wings for this fun challenge!

Yay! One challenge down and the fun continues…

Back to more reading and more challenges!

Let’s keep it up and do the Dewey!

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6 thoughts on “Doing the Dewey: Mini Challenge #1 – Book Sentence: 04.21.2012”

  1. Wow! I am stunned. OMG, your book sentenses are WOOOOOOOOW :O :O AMAZING 🙂 ❤ ❤ Completelly love it 🙂 Great job!! Creativity rules the world 😉 🙂

    1. Thanks! It was fun! How’s your reading? Better leave you alone so you can get back to it!! See you at the end of the marathon! Keep turning those pages!!! (And thanks for dropping by!)

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