Happy #WorldBookDay! (No Reading While Driving.)

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Yay! It’s World Book Day! But you know — I didn’t even know that before I went on Twitter this afternoon. Happy surprises! Cake for everybody! (Well, maybe not for everybody — because I only have a little bit left in the fridge. But I mean, if you took REALLY little pieces . . .)

I’m going to be honest, and admit that I haven’t read a single word today — except for the ones on the computer screen.

How about you? What are YOU reading today?

What are you WRITING today?

#ReadWrite4Ever

“The role of a writer is not to say what we ALL can say, but what we are UNABLE to say.” — Anais Nin

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21 thoughts on “Happy #WorldBookDay! (No Reading While Driving.)

  1. I did not know this…and I only have 22minutes of this day left! I read a lot of blogs and also wrote a few words for my book…so not a complete loss.

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  2. C.M., I wasn’t aware of this “day” but to be made aware of it now how very nice to have the info provided here. Appropriate and appreciated. Enjoy whatever amount of cake is left – you can have mine! Have a great day, Bruce B.

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  3. I try to read every day. Right now, I’m racing through the collected works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. I always thought he was a great mystery writer, but after reading his first two novels, he was a formidable writer in the ‘Wild West’ and ‘Southern Asian’ settings. In A Study in Scarlet, he has a very large section about the migration of Mormons across the American plains to Salt Lake City. It reads like a classic western. Sorry, I’m rambling.

    As for what I’m writing, I just sent the fourth book in my detective series to the editor yesterday and I’m working on a screenplay for my last book, Blood Orange, as well as my serial story ‘Road Kill’ that appears on my blog once a week or so.

    Aren’t you sorry you asked?

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  4. I also didn’t read much on World Book Day, hee, hee. Right now I’m rereading “The Handmaiden’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood (my biggest writer crush, sigh, sigh) and also Deb Vanasse’s “Wealth Woman.” Just finished “Tunneling to the Center of the Earth” by Kevin Wilson and cannot (cannot!) say enough good things about it.
    Cheers and happy weekend.

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