First Line Friday – Pomegranate Lane

Posted January 7, 2022 by thebeccafiles in First Line Friday / 13 Comments


Happy Friday!

The book I’m featuring this week is Pomegranate Lane by Donna Anuszczyk


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You’ve probably heard of Heidi Chiavaroli before right? But did you know that her mom recently released a book of her own? I’m a huge fan of Heidi’s writing, and I remember hearing that she’s used poetry of her mother’s in the past so when I saw this shared on social media I knew this was one I wanted to get my hands on. I haven’t read it yet, but I just received my copy in the mail so I’m really looking forward to it 🙂

About the Book:

When her father renders her silent, a teenage girl finds solace with the old man who lives at the end of Pomegranate Lane. Should she forgive something unforgivable? Should any of us? Or do we carry it as a dark shadow in our soul and retell the story in our minds, for a lifetime?

Pomegranate Lane was born out of intuition. It is for all teenage girls with passion in their soul and all women who were once those teenage girls.

Grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line. To see what First Lines others are sharing this week head over to Reading is My Superpower

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13 responses to “First Line Friday – Pomegranate Lane

  1. Mareli Thalwitzer

    Nope, I’ve actually never heard of any of the authors. A pomegranate as the forbidden fruit? Hmmmm that can only be interesting.

    Have a good weekend and happy reading!

    Elza Reads

  2. Kay Garrett

    “Your Majesty, I am afraid the news is not good.”
    IN SEARCH OF A PRINCE by Toni Shiloh
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

  3. Paula Shreckhise

    My first line is from Never Leave Me by Jody Hedlund:
    I’m dying, and we can’t change that.” Even though Ellen Creighton spoke as softly and gently as possible, she could do nothing to soften the harshness of the truth.

  4. Happy Friday!
    I’m currently reading A Heart Adrift by Laura Frantz. It is AWESOME!
    I’m just beginning chapter 23, so I will share a line from there.
    “Henri was on the verge of saying nay to the proposed mission, and he sensed that the governor’s council, a body of astute, shrewd men, knew it.”
    I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

  5. Jen@GracetoGrow

    I love Heidi Chiavaroli – this book sounds interesting! I’m featuring A Stranger’s Game by Colleen Coble on my blog, but I just started reading Stone by Ronie Kendig so I’ll share the first line here: “Some days were meant to test a man; others meant to undo him.” Have a great weekend and happy reading!

  6. Oh, I did not know this. The book hasn’t even crossed my radar. Thanks for sharing. I just started Stone by Ronie Kendig (I see Jen shared the first line).

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