Tuesday, March 9, 2010

It's Tuesday...Where are You? and Tuesday Teasers

I am in California and just left the city to move to a small country town after I inherited a cottage from my beloved mentor and knitting guru Eliza. I need a new start and a safe haven. What I didn't know is that Eliza left her main house on the same property as the cottage to her nephew Cade who is the rancher. He is not happy and will we be able to coexist or are there sparks flying under the anger?

~How to Knit a Love Song by Rachael Herron

TEASER TUESDAYS asks you to:

Grab your current read.

Let the book fall open to a random page.

Share with us two (2) “teaser” sentences from that page,

somewhere between lines 7 and 12.

You also need to share the title of the book that you’re getting

your “teaser” from … that way people can have some great book

recommendations if they like the teaser you’ve given!

Please avoid spoilers!

" She told me that you were the busiest person she knew, which was funny, because I've never known anyone more busy than she was. She'd be up at dawn to sit with her coffee and knit. She'd write letters. She'd sketch out ideas for her next book, and maybe write a little, and then she'd get in her little VW and trundle down to either her yoga class or the local yarn store. "

pg.  116  How to Knit a Love Song by Rachael Herron
(My copy is an uncorrected proof so the pages may be different from the final copy)

How to Knit a Love Song: A Cypress Hollow Yarn


  1. Sounds warm and fuzzy!

    My teaser is here.

  2. Good teaser, Bonnie. I'm only about 40 pages in but enjoying it!

  3. This one sounds good. Can't wait to see your review.

  4. Sounds like a great book. I was too lazy to do this book today :)

  5. Sounds like a fine life to me! Hope you're enjoying it, Bonnie. Have a good week and happy reading. My teaser is here

  6. Cool teaser. Enjoy your book. Here'smine.

  7. I love that teaser so very much. It makes me want to read this one!

  8. Here's mine from Good Omens, i'll go update my blog with it too. ;)

    " In order to maintain his cover as a typical second-hand book seller, he used every means short of actual physical violence to prevent customers from making a purchase. Unpleasant damp smells, glowering looks, erratic opening hours -- he was incredibly good at it."


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