First Lines To Novels We Won't Ever Finish Writing

I have nothing to write. I share with you instead:

First Lines To Novels We Won't Ever Finish Writing

Or might if only we had more hours in the day...

#01

With a lilt in his step and a song in his heart, Zachary strolled onto campus eager to start his first accounting class of the semester.

#02
Timothy was a dragon-slayer at heart. He could feel his intensity boiling his blood. He glanced down at the twelve-sided die. "You have taunted me for the last time," he muttered under his breath.
("One day, one day...")

#03

James had always wanted to fly.

#04

Beth was bored with her life. She figured the only thing possibly more boring than her life would be reading a book about it.

#05

Milton had never even dreamed of being a mushroom farmer until the day a mysterious stranger arrived in his village.

#06

"Actually, no, I'd rather stay here in the nursery," Wendy said to Peter.
("Well, fine then. Here's your thimble back.")

#07

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be ready to mingle!
("Another shot of tequila, Mr. Darcy?")

#08

It was the best of times. No, seriously, the best. The best ever.
(A Tale of Two Valley Suburbs)

#09

Call me Bob.
(Ok, Bob.)

#10

Even though he was phenomenally wealthy, had a beautiful wife and two children, and had successfully cured all forms of cancer, Dr. Tucker couldn't help but feel like there was more to life.

4 comments:

david zen-kennedy said...

Thank you. . . these made me smile. . . Maybe next we'll tackle last we'll tackle last lines to novels that we'll never read. . .

Rita T. said...

Amen!

Martin in Bulgaria said...

And they lived happily ever after...

spartax said...

I like this one, keep writing:)