Ode To Friday, A Prompt and Your Local Bookstore…


FunDay

It’s here – FRIDAY – the day we all wish for all week long. Our mood gradually becomes lighter as the weekdays past and the countdown begins to the freedom of Saturday and Sunday. Obviously, some people have other days off during the week but their feelings are exactly the same for whichever day their ‘Friday’ is. So celebrate today and enjoy your weekend.

I wrote a poem to celebrate Friday – I hope you like it.

 

You are precious in your promise

Your sunrise heralds relaxation pending

Thoughts of lie-ins and a drink or two abound

Co-workers smile today, pressures reduced

Friday – you are the golden day of the week

Your evening begins two days of fun and activities

Thank you Friday for your promise

We love you.

For today’s prompt why not share your ode to Friday?

Bookstore

An interesting news link regarding authors championing book stores. This campaign should be a global scheme. If I was still in the UK, I would certainly be joining in. How about you?

http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/jun/27/authors-high-street-independent-booksellers-week

Maybe create your own ‘support your local bookstore’ campaign in the area you live in with fellow authors and writers. Give them a boost to their business and your sales in one fell swoop.

Local stores to me, that carry my books and others by my publisher, Dream Write Publishing are:

http://www.parkbookworm.ca/

http://www.leducartisanmarket.com/

http://www.carvelgeneralstore.ca/

Quotes:

Only Robinson Crusoe had everything done by Friday.  ~Author Unknown

Always strive to excel, but only on weekends.  ~Richard Rorty

happy weekend

I wish you a great weekend, full of words whether writing or reading them. I will be enjoying friends and family activities tonight and Saturday and a few hours of editing and reading on Sunday.

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