Thursday, June 30, 2011

Theme Thursday - July 4th

Theme Thursdays

This is a new meme hosted by kavyen at Reading between Pages.. “Theme Thursdays” will be open from one thursday to the next and anyone can post it. The rules are simple:

* A theme will be posted each week (on Thursday’s)
* Select a conversation/snippet/sentence from the current book you are reading
* Post it and don’t forget to mention the author and the title of the book
* Since we may take a few days to finish a book, this event is open for one whole week

This will give us a wonderful opportunity to explore and understand different writing styles and descriptive approaches adopted by authors.

This week’s theme is – July 4th

This week I'm reading...

Connie stepped out onto the front deck. There was low-lying fog, typical of early July: How many times had the town had to cancel the Fourth of July fireworks?


  1. Glad you were able to find one about fireworks too! Nice post. New Follower :)

  2. The Fourth of July & fireworks! Great one!

    I wasn't able to get a Fourth of July specific one, but I think I did pretty good...

  3. Wow, I think you're the first I've seen whose snippet actually involves the 4th of July. You win the day! :)

    My theme post is HERE

  4. Yours would probably be the actual theme fit.. Wonder how you always manage to find and pick the right snippet.

  5. PS: Sorry, I have been irregular with the hop for the last couple of weeks. Will be back again this week!

  6. The best snippet yet to fit the theme!

  7. Good job! You found a snippet with July 4th! Yay!
    I really like the cover of that book.



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