POST CARDS FROM THE MUSE
By Nandy Ekle
The time has come to assign homework.
Here’s the scenario. You’re walking through a bookstore. The hunger for a new story, the smell of new ink, the need to feel new paper is burning in your eyes. You must have a new book.
Standing at the end of the aisle you see hundreds of colorful tomes on the shelves, but they aren’t just waiting to be chosen. They are waving and whistling, competing for your attention.
You saunter down that aisle and hear several books throwing out come-on lines, complimenting you, hawking their words, begging you to take them home.
So, your assignment: What do they say? How do they seduce you? Leave a comment at the bottom of this blog and tell me what a book says that makes you spend your money and take them to your home. Are they romantic like a lover? Are they whiney like a small child? Or do they threaten you like a scary villain?
Feel free to research this assignment by actually going to a bookstore and walking through it. Just be sure and post your discoveries in the comment section below.
Congratulations. You have just received a post card from the muse.