Friday, October 27, 2006

The Book Tag By Charlie, Dawn and Paul

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The Book tag by Charlie, Dawn and Paul

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A bookish tag!

1. Grab the nearest book. If you are currently reading something, that'll be fine too.

2. Open the book to page 123.

3. Find the fifth sentence.

4. Post the text of the next 4 sentences on your Blog along with these instructions.

5. Don't you dare dig for that "cool" or "intellectual" book in your closet I know that is what you were thinking!

6. Tag 5 people
"They chased me all the way to the Ferry. I have never got over the fright - though I daresay the beasts knew their business and would not really have touched me. Pippin laughed. 'Well, it's time you made it up. Especially if you are coming back to live in Bucklad. Old Maggot is really a stout fellow - if you leave his mushrooms alone.'"

Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

I tag: Amanda, Laura, Nat, Patrick, Paul

OK ! from Robert Ludlum, "The Janson Directive"


"It saved lives!"

"Did it?One shipment of arms seized.To be replaced by another. shipped elsewhere.I suppose it keeps the prices high and the dealers well paid."

"Theo didn't think so."Janson said softly.


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plittle said...

  I used to love Robert Ludlum! I ate his stuff up. That's one I haven't read. I kind of fell out of the mood for that sort of story after a while. I keep intending to go back and read some of his old novels again. I'm sure I've got a few in boxes in the basement. I remember my favourites were The Chancellor Manuscript, and The Bourne Identity.

bgilmore725 said...

I have never read a Robert Ludlum book, but not for any lack of desire for that kind of story.

Where and how do you get these little thumbnail photos for the top of your journal? Not that I want to copy your entry style, because it clearly makes a distinct impression when one comes to your journal, but I'm just curious how you do it, and can anyone get those pictures or do you have to be a subscribing member of something to do it?


lifesabench6 said...

sorry Nat, I don't get too many tags, and don't really do them on my journal anyway- but found this interesting.  Here's mine from the book I just finished:
Men are not changed because of punishment.  You can put a man in prison, but it won't change his heart.  Proverbs 17:10 says, "A reproof enters more into a wise man's heart than a hundred stripes into a fool." Men are not beaten into submission.
That's from a book called Unveiling the End Times in Our Time, by Pastor Adrian Rogers- He was truely a great preacher!!!  He's talking here about how men will not feel sorrow or repent of their sins in the end days. Sounds depressing, but it really isn't ! It's an interestng read for those who want to learn about the Book of Revelation.  Have a great day Nat.  Carolyn

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