Top Twos-day – something borrowed something brainy

Something for your brain, The 50 most quoted lines in poetry, compliments of Inky Fool, aka Mark Forsyth, writer, journalist, proofreader, and ghostwriter. Forsyth penned The Etymologicon: a circular stroll through the hidden connections of the English language, and his blog states that the book is “…all about the strange connections between words in the English language. It explains the link between film buffs and buffaloes, monks and monkeys, science and going to the lavatory.”

 

Something for your emotions, hope…a newly agented Brittany Geragotelis’s did it, and you can too. Geragotelis used wattpad to attract enough of an interest in her book to turn the head of “…literary agent and a foreign rights agent and is sorting through an avalanche of proposals and related offers for Life’s a Witch and other projects…” according to Publisher’s Weekly. Success comes as her seventh novel, Life’s a Witch sees the light of day.

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3 thoughts on “Top Twos-day – something borrowed something brainy

  1. Pingback: Top Twos-Day: Digital Publishing Protocol « Roxie's Blog

  2. Hi Roxie!

    Thank you so much for mentioning me in your blog! My journey has been long and sometimes daunting, but now all my dreams are coming true! I LOVE that you started your blog to inspire others to keep following their dreams. That’s amazing. And thank you for finding my story worthy of sharing. I feel so blessed and truly believe that sometimes we have to take matters into our own hands to make things happen. If you’re ever interested in talking more about this, feel free to email me at bookslayerproductions@gmail.com. Thanks again and good luck with everything!

    🙂
    Brittany

    • Hi Brittany,
      I really appreciate that you stopped by. Wonderfully inspirational journey! I’d love to talk more…I’ll send an email, perhaps you’d consider appearing in the spotlight section and share more about your projects 😉
      namaste,
      Roxie

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