Sneak Off and Read: Lines with the topic, BRAVE #RSsos #RomSuspense


The Sisterhood of Suspense​ share lines with the theme, BRAVE. Stop by for a visit, we’d love to hear from you 🙂

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#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines with the topic, BRAVE

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I took a step back and bravely said, “If you don’t mind, I’d like to tell the judges what happened and turn in our ribbon.” “You don’t have to.”

Vicki Batman
The Great Fruitcake Bake-off, Whispers of Winter set


“You can barely stand,” she whispered, for Maggie’s ears alone. “Do not be so brave, you’re stupid.

Jacquie Biggar


You’re distraught and flogging yourself, and AJ checked himself into some dark and miserable mental prison. Even I wasn’t brave enough to ask why.

Sam Bradley w/a McKenna Sinclair


Liv stood tall and brave, although Heath could see her hand shaking violently just before the glowing fingers of Daniel Ruffin touched hers. At the instant of contact, a sudden flash of light engulfed them both, momentarily blinding…

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Memories #RemembranceDay #CanadaRemembers


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Today is Remembrance Day in Canada and the 100th anniversary of the end of World War 1. It made me start thinking of our part in the war and all those poor soldiers endured.

This is from Veteran Affairs Canada:

The armistice of November 11, 1918, brought relief to the whole world. Never before had there been such a conflict. For a nation of eight million people Canada’s war effort was remarkable. More than 650,000 men and women from Canada and Newfoundland served — over 66,000 gave their lives and more than 172,000 were wounded. It was this immense sacrifice that lead to Canada’s separate signature on the Peace Treaty. No longer viewed as just a colony of England, Canada had truly achieved nation status. This nationhood was purchased by the gallant men who stood fast at Ypres, stormed Regina Trench, climbed the heights of Vimy Ridge, captured Passchendaele, and entered Mons on November 11, 1918.

Sixty-six thousand lives. Hard to imagine.