1) Open the closest book to you, not your favorite or most intellectual book, but the book closest to you at the moment, and turn to page 56.
2) Write out the fifth sentence, along with the following two to five sentences.
3) Pass this along to five blog friends.
The closest book to me, which also happens to be the one I'm writing a review on right now, is The Blue Castle by L.M. Montgomery.
Olive always told Valancy all the details of her love affairs, from the days when the little boys in school used to "persecute" her with love letters. (sentence 5)I'm not tagging anyone right now, because I'm short on time. But if you'd like to join in, feel free!
Valancy could not comfort herself by thinking these affairs were mythical. Olive really had them. Many men had gone mad over her besides the three fortunate ones.
"I don't know what the poor idiots see in me, that drives them to make such double idiots of themselves," Olive was wont to say. Valancy would have liked to say, "I don't either," but truth and diplomacy both restrained her. (The next 5)