Be the first to correctly match the 16th line to the 2016 debut novel and win a FREE critique of your Query Letter by Ellen Goodlett (THE QUIET ONES, Egmont, Fall 2016)!
I stand in front of my open closet, casting a flat, even shadow on the clothes inside, as though I’m the thing obscuring my own identity from view.”
Great line, right? But which novel is it from?
A. Brooks Benjamin’s MY 7TH GRADE LIFE IN TIGHTS (Random House/Delacorte, Spring 2016)
B. Jeff Garvin’s SYMPTOMS OF BEING HUMAN (HarperCollins/Balzer + Bray, Winter 2016)
C. Ruth Lehrer’s BEING FISHKILL (Candlewick, Fall 2016)
D. Sarah Alexander’s THE ART OF NOT BREATHING (Usborne/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Spring 2016)
Know it? Want it? Send your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org. And good luck!