Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Once a Hooker, now a Hanger


 It's the conclusion of the blogfest "Hookers and Hangers" - put on by the lovely ladies of Falling for Fiction.  This is definitely one of my favorite blogfests!  It's so much fun to read everyone's hooks and hangs.

I am sharing my five best hangers from my novel, NAMELESS. 



        “I think I’m old enough to understand that there’s something wrong the heart of the man who thinks it is okay to kill children,” the princess whispered.
          
         She wasn’t going to betray them if he had anything to do about it.

         Freezing was better than feeling the flames of persecution and death, knowing somewhere children were screaming as they burned alive.

         Even if they didn’t kill him, the illness would.  
       
        It was a death march to the capital, where none of them would return.


Hope you enjoyed my hangers!  I definitely am in love with them. :)
I'm off to read all of yours!

27 comments:

  1. Hooked by the hooks and the need to read on and be sure the child killer gets what's coming to him(her).

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    1. Crap these are hangers...well they worked as hooks too! I can't keep up!

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  2. Ooh, these are great hangers! I would definitely keep turning the pages!

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  3. Lol, the title made me laugh!

    I love number five, really makes me want to read on.

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  4. death and more death! this is terrifying! great job!

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  5. They're all awesome, but #1 is my favorite. I'm intrigued.

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  6. These are great! I love them all - excellent job. I've enjoyed reading your hookers and hangers. I think I'm definitely better with hangers.

    Michelle :)
    www.michelle-pickett.com

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  7. These are serious hangers! Crazy good :)

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  8. Great job. They match up well with your hookers. I have a real sense of your story now!

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  9. #1 & #3 are positively cringe-worthy!

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  10. I like #4 the best because it hints at more conflict going on...

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  11. A death march! That's my fave, but I like all of these, would turn that page!

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  12. Holy, wow! Lots of death and destruction, huh? I'm in. I'd read this! I really, really like the draw for the first one and the one about better to freeze than burn. These are the types of lines that keep me from putting books down and getting sleep. Well done!

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  13. OH my gosh! Line 1 makes me want the book in my hands so I can find out what in the world is going on!!!

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  14. Wow! These are incredible! EXCELLENT hangers!!!

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  15. When there is the threat of killing children I am all about it...so I can make sure the children are okay:) I liked them all!!!

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  16. Wow! These are insanely good! This sounds like a pageturner for sure!

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  17. Wow, these are full on intense! I like them all!

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  18. Fabulous hangers! They'd keep me reading on to the next chapter.

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  19. Oh my gosh!!!!! Amazing hangers! The first one had me, then it kept getting better and better :) Great job!

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  20. These are great hangers. The first one gave me chills. The story sounds sad and intense. Great job!!

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  21. Your story sounds so dramatic and action-packed, even from the few lines I've read here! The first one is probably my fave, even if it's hard to choose :)

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  22. This one gave me goose bumps. how horrible

    Freezing was better than feeling the flames of persecution and death, knowing somewhere children were screaming as they burned alive.

    Yet SO well written. Wow.

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  23. Wow, they're really good hangers! x

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  24. CONGRATULATIONS! You have won the Versatile Blogger Award. :D

    http://debramckellan.blogspot.com/2012/07/and-winners-are-versatile-blogger-award.html

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