Today, on my way home, we had an unusual announcement over the train intercom. Some woman passenger got on the intercom and started recommending some book. You know how train intercoms are. There's a lot of background noise, especially if the train is clickety-clacking on the tracks. And this woman talked fast and did not enunciate too well. So I can't tell you what book she was selling. But I heard her mention bookstores like Borders and Barnes and Noble.
Why didn't I think of getting some free advertising this way for my own book?
Probably because I'm too law-abiding.
I'm not sure if they arrested her or not. I heard the conductor asking for instructions on whether they should let her just get away with this.
Rhyme of the day:
makes it hard to relax
to the clickety clacks.