First Line Friday. Dance With Me.

Hello there and happy Friday.

Welcome to First Line Friday, hosted by Hoarding Books. It is Friday, so it is time to pick up the book nearest to you or the one you are currently reading and share the first line with us in the comment section. Today I will be sharing with us the first line from the first Nigerian Christian fiction book I read. Dance With Me by Tope Omotosho.

And the first lines are…

He walked into the bathroom, the familiar scent of mint and honey filling his senses – resistant to fade even years later, bringing forth ever bittersweet memories.

About The Book.

The past is a tricky place. For some it’s a place to be desperately held on to, for others a place  never to be revisited.

For Micah Oramah, the pain of a profound loss has caused his faith to be shaken. Blinded by grief, he questions if serving God is actually worth it.

Tomboy and makeup artist, Zainab Baruwa-Philips is head over heels in love with God. The only cloud is her past which she is desperate to erase. However, she’ll learn that her past is a strength God is looking to use for his glory.

In Dance With Me, you’ll experience the beauty of out individuality to God.

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Let me know the first line of the book closet to you and then head over to Hoarding Books to see who else is participating.

Post contributor by Ebos Aifuobhokhan.


11 thoughts on “First Line Friday. Dance With Me.

  1. My first line is from IF I WERE YOU. By Lynn Austin:
    Prologue. London, November, 1945
    Eve Dawson bolted upright in bed.

    Your book sounds so interesting!

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  2. “Leadership, besides being a great creative force, can be diabolical.”

    Line form the next book in line that I’ll read which is Passenger to Frankfrut by Agatha Christie =)

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  3. “Our way of life is endangered , and our people might well be doomed, I fear– all our people–unless we act.” This first line is from the book “The Eagle and the Flame” by Karen Kay

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  4. First line from book I am about to read is: “Kick me again and I swear I will kill you,” Mee Kong growled. (this book is about the realistic life some Christians face in Northern Korea.)


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