Here's how to play. I'll post five numbers below. The first three are page numbers. The fourth is the line down and the fifth is the word in that line. Take the three words and write a sentence that describes the book you're currently reading. Please don't give away major spoilers.
Oh, and to make things better for those Kindle user's and their percentages, I'm only using the first hundred pages. So, instead of going to the page number, you'll go to that percentage in your book. Then you can go ahead with the line down and word in. I hope it works!
Confused yet? I'll go first.
The lucky page numbers (or percentages) today are: 90, 20, and 3.
Go down to line 6 and use the 3rd word in.
Here's mine, taken from Revisions & Self-Editing by James Scott Bell.
Once you've started the beginning of your novel, make sure you have a hook that will lead the reader on.
Sound like something you'd like to read? I've only done a quick skim through so far. With revision books, I like to find the parts that will help me the most at the time. So far, I like it.
So, what are you reading? Even if you don't want to play the game, I'd love to know which book has your attention.