I don't do memes a lot, but I really like this one from Melanie at The Indextrious Reader and the more I see it popping up around the interblogs, the more keen I am to see what my first lines of each month have to say.
As I mentioned earlier, I've decided I need to read more poetry.
I wanted to write about this book because, in my humble opinion, it is an outstanding gardening book. [Patrick Lima's The Organic Home Garden]
Oy. I did not mean to get sidetracked.
I'm cheating a little here.
Guys, I've done it again.
Before I started Eat, Pray, Love I was a little worried it might be too God-y for me.
I've had a little trouble today deciding what to pick my teaser from.
Curse of the Tahiera is the story of Rom, a young man who has borne the brunt of everyone's prejudices since he was a baby because of the way he looks: he is an obvious Tzanatzi.
"It takes more than a bit of magic and someone being blown to smoke in front of him to put a wizard off his food." [from Sourcery by Terry Pratchett]
Do you know what, it's Teaser Tuesday!
I see that both Discworld and Teaser Tuesday are representing, which is hardly a surprise. And then there are the spring months, where I was going through a wee reading slump. And then some reviews -- gardening books and my first ever author-provided read, which was both a good read and an important lesson in what stresses me out, blogging-wise.
Thanks for the idea Melanie, that was fun!