Every weekend I participate in David Abrams’s “#SundaySentence” project, sharing the best sentence I’ve read during the past week, “out of context and without commentary.”

On some level, my wandering through the dust, the hole in the skyline, the missing-person posters taped all over town were just the most exciting backdrop for our falling in love.

Source: Jessamyn Hope, “Verified Purchase” (The Fiddlehead)

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4 thoughts on “#SundaySentence

  1. Kirie says:

    Jessamyn Hope is a great writer to find out about, and at the same time, to be reminded of The Fiddlehead. I have a note that they are “famous for their rejection slips.” Haven’t tried yet. Love your Sunday Sentences and everything you do for writing and writers!

    1. Jessamyn says:

      Thank you, Kirie! I collected several of those detailed slips.

  2. Jessamyn says:

    When someone reads as much as you do, Erika, I appreciate that you chose any sentence from the story, and I especially appreciate that you chose this one. Thanks, again, for all the invaluable work you do for fellow writers.

    1. Erika Dreifus says:

      There were *so many* sentences that I could have chosen. It was not easy to settle on this one!

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