I love reading.
I love words.
Maybe you’d noticed?
After all, reading and writing have been two of my core themes on this blog, right from the start.
This year — my third year of blogging (yes, really! twenty-one words has been around for over two years now) — that will be my main focus.
Other people’s words.
Each week, I’ll be posting a quote from something I’ve read and loved,
either recently or long ago.
(Some writers’ words stay in your mind forever.)
Sometimes I’ll post a photo to accompany the quote,
sometimes I’ll post a comment instead.
I hope you’ll find some words here, in the next year, that tickle your fancy;
that make you think;
that make you laugh,
that make you go to your library and read those other people’s words for yourself.
For me, that’s what reading’s all about.
For readers wondering about my original theme — twenty-one words, after which this blog is named — fear not. ‘Twenty-one’ will still be a theme around here. Watch this space to find out how.
5 thoughts on “The third year”
Looking forward to following your new direction…
Thanks, Jilly. A fresh start for the third year xo
Well Bec, I know you can’t probably self-quote, but for all of you out there who love words and reading, my friend Rebecca has penned one of the best ever line openers for a book: “There are two kinds of people in life: the swimmers, and the drifters.”. From “Leaving Jetty Road”. So here is to a successful third year of blogging Bec!
Thanks, Anne! 🙂 x
Absolutely right, Anne! You chose the right words!