Every Tuesday I host First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros where I share the first paragraph sometimes two from a book I am reading or thinking about reading soon.
In the Unlikely Event; Judy Blume
Knopf - 2015
Thirty-five Years Later
February 10, 1987
"Even now she can't decide. She thinks about flipping a coin. Heads she goes, tails she stays. But isn't indecisiveness an early sign of mental illness? Didn't she cover a story about a few years ago? Or is it that she's conflicted? Conflicted is better than indecisive. Why is she thinking this way? A voice inside her head says, You know damn well why."
What do you think -- keep reading or pass?
(Feel free to join in this week by posting your intro below?