Thursday, March 29, 2012

Theme Thursday: Ending

Hosted by Reading Between the Pages

*A theme will be posted each week on Thursday
*Select a conversation/snippet/sentence from your current book that features the theme
*Post it and don't forget to mention the author and title of the book
*Event is open for the whole week
*Link back to Reading Between the Pages
March is going to be all about making life easy. This month we will do ‘Pick what you see first‘ themes. So open the book you are reading, continue reading; pick the first mention of any name in it and post the snippet. The only condition is ‘No Ebooks’.. lets go traditional. Easy-peasy!!

And this week's theme is ENDING (the last sentence on the last page of your current book).

Here's mine from The Case of the Grinning Gorilla by Erle Stanley Gardner (***Spoiler Alert*** Do not read this sentence if you think it all likely that you will read the book. It will definitely spoil the ending for you. If you want to read it--and have difficulty--then highlight the sentence to make it more visible.):

Pocketing the wallet, he put through the call to Helen Cadmus.

Perhaps....since I am reading a mystery...I shouldn't have participated this week.


fredamans said...

It's a little hard to read in that color.

Bev Hankins said...

I did that on purpose--as my ***Spoiler Alert*** note mentions.