Twittering the first lines of books so you don't have to.


Suggest a first line for TwitrLit!

Have a great first line you'd like to see on TwitrLit? Let me know about it by filling out the form below.

But wait! Not every first line can make the grade. The ground rules are:

1. It has to be the first sentence of the first chapter--not the introduction, not the prologue, etc.

2. It has to grab me.

3. I have to be able to verify it.

4. It has to be available via Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, and Amazon.co.uk.

5. No self-published books please. This means CreateSpace, iUniverse, Author House, etc.

6. No books that are only available in Kindle format.

7. It has to be short enough to fit in a Twitter post. (If you can't type the whole first sentence into the appropriate field below then it's too long.)

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Thanks! Now keep an eye on TwitrLit to see if your submission has made the cut. (I won't contact you about it unless I need further information.) Click the button below to submit. After satisfying a captcha you'll be taken to a page summarizing your submission.



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