When the days are dreary, dreadful and deprived.
When the nights are lonely, lackadaisical and lethargic.
Behold the silver lining, the book on the nightstand.
It’s the elixir, take it into your hand.
Books are like parents. It doesn’t matter how much you ignore them, they are there for you when you most need them.
Thanks a lot Roo for nominating me for the Three Day Quote Challenge. You have always been wonderfully kind to me and I would like to take this opportunity to thank you.
For those of you who haven’t read her blog, please do so. She has her way with words I have found very fulfilling to read.
For the quotes challenge I have taken the liberty of bending the rules a bit. And I have tried writing my own quotes.
This is about book lust. One that drove me to the streets early in the morning to visit the Delhi Book Fair 2016. The stalls of Penguin, Oxford Press, Hachette, among others made me feel like Alice in Wonderland. Though I was a bit dejected because there was no separate section for ‘Humor’ in such distinguished places also.
Who would take care of India’s humor? It is true that India is witnessing the rise of various wordsmiths from among its common populace. But who would take the vacant spot left behind by greats like Khushwant Singh? Don’t we owe it to our nation and the world to repay the mirth and laughter provided so generously to us by P.G. Wodehouse and Jerome K. Jerome? Although it is not yet over for the world, as there were a few shelves devoted to P.G. Wodehouse at Penguin. 🙂
I would like to nominate the following amazing people for the challenge:
Let’s see what they bring to the table.