Who Wrote It Wednesdays

Each Wednesday during January, we will be sharing the first lines from five books by a mystery author. Use your sleuth skills and guess the author that is being highlighted in each Who Wrote It Wednesdays post by filling out the form included in this post! Each week’s mystery author will be revealed in the following Favorite Fridays post, so make sure to submit your answers to the form before Friday. At the end of the series, a random prize winner will be drawn from those who participated!

Week 2: Who Wrote It?

  • If I have learned anything in this long life of mine, it is this: In love we find out who we want to be; in war we find out who we are.

  • That spring, rain fell in great sweeping gusts that rattled the rooftops.

  • On the banks of the mighty Columbia River, in this icy season when every breath becomes visible, the orchard called Belye Nochi was quiet.

  • Lexi Baill studied a Washington State map until the tiny red geographical markings shimmied in front of her tired eyes.

  • Fifteen-year-old Winona Grey stared out at the waterfront ranch that had been in her family for four generations, looking for something that had changed.

Thanks to everyone who participated in this Who Wrote It Wednesdays challenge. The submission form is now closed, but you can discover the answer on our Favorite Friday post that is now live! And check back in next week for our next Who Wrote It Challenge.