As you may know yesterday was International Women’s Day. Being a man, I thought I should best be “quiet.” My piling on with my male opinion was hardly necessary.
Now that we are here the day after, I thought I would offer simply this:
If you don’t understand, the French there is the translation of the opening to the U.S. Declaration of Independence (1776).
Accidentally appropriate for yesterday as well, I had again been working back there between “1787-1795” – where I seem to have spent most of the last year – and took a break to have a click around at a well-known online commercial site for a potential purchase. Its recommendations to “me” extra-caught my attention. I grabbed a screenshot and stuck it up on Instagram:
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🤔Hmm. I have this kinda sneaking suspicion, @adelearcherwrites, that Amazon.co.uk is trying to tell me something? What could it be?😂📚🇬🇧🇺🇸 . #books #Amazon #kindle #humor #humour #expats #travel #authors #writing #fiction #fun #reading #romancenovels #Hertfordshire #England #novels #writing #indie #indiepublishing #screenshot #writersofinstagram #writers #fictional
Our friends at Amazon, they are subtle in their suggestions, aren’t they?
Foreign Affairs is Adele Archer’s third – and she says final – instalment (they spell it with only one “L” on this side of the pond: we Americans added the second “L”) of her entertaining and sharply-written Anglo-American romance. After the first two, I am looking forward to the third – and I may indeed soon have time to read it! Perfect timing on her part!
Have a good day, wherever you are in the world. 🙂