321 – Quote Me – Monday 4th February 2019 – Season 3 Commences! Who’s In?



321 – Quote Me

Next week, the popular 321 Quote Me Game is back for its third season at three times a week for three weeks.. However this time around, l wanted to hear from those in my readership who want to take part and as such be tagged to play. For a recap of the game … see below.

321 Quote Me Directory

321 Quote Me Created by A Guy Called Bloke and K9 Doodlepip!

Three times a week, l will pick a random topic, post two quotes on that topic and tag 3 bloggers, who in turn will post 2 quotes on the topic and tag 3 bloggers of their own.

Rules: 3.2.1 Quote Me!

Thank the Selector

Post 2 quotes for the dedicated Topic of the Day.

Select 3 Readers, to take part in β€˜3.2.1 Quote Me!’

Note: Although this is the topic for today there is no specific deadline to it, meaning you can answer as and when.

Please Note l will be reblogging your responses unless you wish for me to NOT do so.

321 Quote Me – Communication

Our last 321 was on the 14th december for Communication, and although we had 6 readers tagged, we will ONLY be looking for three tags in this new season.

Let me know in the comments section below if you would like to play in Season 3 – please be aware that if you like this post and don’t comment, l can only but assume that you are wanting to be tagged for the new season, just not wishing to comment. So jus’ sayin’.

24 thoughts on “321 – Quote Me – Monday 4th February 2019 – Season 3 Commences! Who’s In?

  1. As you may have noticed, my blogging has declined a lot. I’m migrainous too much and since I can’t have migraine meds because of potential lurking nasties, it’s a struggle composing posts. I’m going to have to regretfully decline this time because I don’t want to commit to anything I then can’t do. I love this challenge though 😊

    1. hey Helen, one of the reasons l didn’t specifically tag you is because l have been worried about your health [as you know], and knew there was avery good albeit but saddened reason for your current lack of writing.

      Panic not La Britchy Boo – where there is season 3, there will be a season 4, and 5, and well you get the jist.

      I know you lurk however, l see you πŸ™‚

      Keep well.

      1. I read as much as I can. If nothing else I keep up with your dad’s two series. His book has flashes of oh this could be good but mostly, he’s too bogged down in over description and too much angst. It’s sad. It has potential (up to chapter 3) but honestly, it could be one chapter. It’s way too padded out and the temptation to skim is overwhelming. That in itself is fascinating though, knowing what I do from other posts

        1. There are many reasons these were not picked up by a publishing house and as we have both discussed before, his real skill lay in much shorter fiction and historical fiction/reality pieces.

          I have opted to not show one entire chapter in one go, as each chapter is roughly 22 odd pages, considering we are three episodes in, or technically 2.5 chapters, this book like all the others is overwhelmingly annoying at times.

          So now put yourself in ‘Jeannes’ shoes, every time he self-published one of these books he then sent her a signed copy, religiously as if his words would miraculously make her fall in love with him again!?

          She would have binned them. I read he hired a Private Detective to track her down every time she moved, as terrible as this what l say next is going to read – l think one person might be glad he is no longer living.

          I think, having spent time as an editor and a publisher, l wouldn’t have passed these in for printing either. In truth, there is very little good plot to them. However l DO know l am biased as his son.

          But it also serves me another purpose, and that is because he has written it so very closely to his heart as the man he is, l see more to him, that was never revealed in all the other documents.

          Was he complex? No, he wasn’t .. he was meticulous, and detailed, and verbose [ l have that verbosity], but above everything, he was trying to prove a point.

          The point however was lost on the publishing houses who came back with similiar expressions to what you have written.

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