I’ve fallen a little behind with June’s 30/30 challenge, but wanted to share today’s prompt as it’s book-related, and I love the cover.
Esther Poyer asks
“What is the title of the book nearest to you?
Open it to page 23.
Use the first line of the second paragraph to write a poem.
You do not need to use the whole sentence (if it is a novel, or prose), use the first line, where the line breaks to a new line.”
For me it’s Margaret Atwood’s ‘The Robber Bride’ (Virago, 1994), because of course, as a librarian my shelves are alphabetical by author :).
The line will be a tricky one to write from, I think:
“Tony’s office is large, larger than it would be in a modern buil-|ding”
Something for tomorrow, perhaps.