Open Book Blog Hop – May the 4th (be with you).   1 comment

Stevie Turner

Welcome to this week’s blog hop.  This time the subject is:

May 4 2020 is the unofficial Star Wars Day.  What other days should be recognised as holidays but aren’t?

That’s easy.  These holidays should be applied to any or all months of the year (except the 31st, as you will discover):

  1. The 1st of any month should be ‘Impecunious Self-Published Authors Day‘.  This is when the nation is forced to buy an Indie book, whether they want to or not.
  2. The 2nd of any month should be ‘Throw a Rotten Tomato at a Greedy Small Publisher‘.  This is self-explanatory and should be adhered to most religiously.
  3. The 3rd of any month should be a ‘Name and Shame all Marketing Company Workers Posing as Judges in Writing Competitions Day’.
  4. The 4th of any month is ‘Gaze out the Window and Gain Inspiration Day

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Posted May 4, 2020 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

One response to “Open Book Blog Hop – May the 4th (be with you).

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  1. Thanks for the re-blog, Lela.

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