The lovely Jo Robinson is in and out with her Internet and power over in South Africa but still manages the odd stealth attack. https://africolonialstories.wordpress.com/2015/06/20/three-day-quote-challenge-and-stuff/
And to find out more about my friend here is the link.
If you have not already discovered Jo Robinson author, cover designer and publishing mentor then pop over and introduce yourself. You will not be disappointed.
So to The Three Day Quote Challenge:
As always these challenges come with a few provisos and here they are.
Share your favourite quote (even if written by you) and also inspire people.
Thank the person who nominated you. Post your quotes. Pass it on. I think it means a quote a day for three days so will go that route. Tag some poor unsuspecting person that you admire……
Here is my quote today that I think is one to adhere to. Not sure who to attribute it to but thanks.
Each year around the world thousands of young people are bullied usually because of the way they look or the colour of their skin. Thousands of those will commit suicide rather than face the pain and shame heaped upon them.
Bullying is unacceptable in any fashion and it is important that any person who sees someone making another feel shame or embarrassment calls them out on it. This is particularly important online where bullies hide in the undergrowth.
The first person that I am going to tag is author M.C. V.( Catalina) Egan.. who published a post on racial bullying and bigotry this week.
See you with another quote tomorrow.