To my dearest followers,
You have stuck with me through thick and thin, through bursts of intense blogging and through periods of none at all. You have commented, shared your thoughts and wisdom, played along and made me feel as if the nonsense I write has actual value.
Now, I invite you to join me on another adventure! I know I’ve alerted to you to many side-ventures that I’ve embarked on in conjunction with Free Page Numbers but this one is for real (in other words, I’m determined to actually stick with it.) My newest endeavour is this:
The Jungle Notebook – a blog devoted to the wonderful and intriguing world of quotes and inspirational literary extracts.
To quote what has become an adolescent mantra of 2012: You Only Live Once. So make sure you expose yourself to as much juicy, delicious and inspiring stuff as possible and let us all make this lifetime count!
Load it with your ammunition: imagination, creativity, grammatical fluency, strong work ethic.
Choose your target: notebook page, word document, serviette, back of a receipt, phone, typewriter.
Take aim: poise pen or fingers above keyboard, let reality slip away, invest your mind in the world of your creation.
“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.”
“A book is proof that humans are capable of working magic.”
– Carl Sagan
And what a wonderful land that is! What are you reading today?
“I like you; your eyes are full of language.”
– Anne Sexton
Which books get you the drunkest? Which books have had you snorting with uncontrollable laughter or weeping intoxicated tears? Have any books had you dancing on fictional tables or singing literary karaoke?
And, more to the point, which books have sucked you so far in that you’ve had trouble re-engaging with reality?
How many does it take before you find your Prince?
If we chase our dreams long enough, they get tired of running.
Book Lovers Unite!
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