Welcome Wednesday – Famous Last Words

Welcome Wednesday – Famous Last Words

Welcome to this week’s edition of Welcome Wednesdays!

Last week, we asked you to share an opening line from one of your books.  So it only makes sense that today’s question jumps to the end – give us the closing line form one of your books…

And be sure to leave a link to your book so we can read more about it, too!

I’ll begin…

I’ll tell you all about the trip when I get home, but if you hear anything about it from anyone else before that (Tishy’s grandfather, Professor Welldon, anybody from Interpol) do not believe a word they tell you.  Please?  Because whatever they tell you, it didn’t happen like that.  At all.

That’s the first line of LOSERS WEEPERS, book #2 of the Jane Barnaby Adventures…

Losers Weepers Cover (Full Size)

Now it’s your turn!

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5 Replies to “Welcome Wednesday – Famous Last Words”

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