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Without looking it up, name me just one quote that you remember from even one book by any author, other than a book title. Then think of Shakespeare, and his quotes role off our tongues, as they were meant to do. His quotes have become a part of our language and our very souls. He was the playwright of his times. He enriched our lives with literally hundreds of quotes in his plays. Right off the top of my head, Shakespeare’s most famous line comes to mind, “All the World’s a stage and we are mere actors upon it.” OK, so I didn’t get it perfectly right, but you know what I mean.
You may know the titles of your favorite author’s novels, but with Shakespeare you know his words for sure. We use his words everyday without realizing it. There is a world of difference between Shakespeare, and any other author who has ever lived. Shakespeare never wrote a novel, his plays were meant to be spoken with meaning and performed Live.
So Why Not Let the Bard entertain you, today?
In the last year, my list of meaningful fun book offerings have significantly expanded. Here is a brief reminder to visit my new sister site Fun Book Blogs: You may not be aware of my www.biblewordsearchbooks.com which has timely Bible verses and Fun Bible Facts you can read and share, while I work on my next books in the KJV Old Testament Word Search Books Series, or my Catholic Bible Word Search Books series.
Then, there is my other site devoted to Shakespeare www.shakespeareisfun.com which has Fun Posts filled with Shakespeare Sonnets, or a Fun Filled Fact about William Shakespeare, and occasionally one of my own Sonnets, plus other news about my books.
IBCNU Joe Wocoski
I don’t know if you noticed or not, but there is something new on my web site. Actually two something new. If you look at my Tabs you will now see two new tabs there. I thought you might all like a little bit of … Continue reading
Isn’t everyone confused by what Shakespeare’s Sonnets really mean? Doesn’t Everyone love the mystery of his words? In this video you learn how to quickly and easily have fun digging into the word secrets of the Bard and decrypt the secret messages in my book “Shakespeare Sonnet Word Games First Foolery” by Joe Wocoski. There are five books in the series for you to have fun decoding. All are readily available on Amazon.com for you to start having fun with. I hope you enjoy this tutorial and have as much fun when you pick up a copy and start decrypting the Bard’s word secrets. Thank you – IBCNU Joe Wocoski
Well the vote is in! Sorry! once again a newsletter has been voted down, by the vast majority. In fact not one e-mail was in favor of a newsletter. I guess people just want to stop by my site whenever they need a break, to find out how things are going with my books and myself. Rather than getting a monthly e-mail from me reminding them to stop by. I thank all of you, and I understand, for I get way to many emails as it is, myself. I would much rather be taking a nice walk around the block, and discovering the lovely flowers my neighbors have planted. You know just stopping and smelling the roses, so to say. And with that I say ado on this lovely summer evening, I think I’ll go for a walk, too.
Well now on my Shakespeare Sonnet Word Search page, you can find out! I posted the link to the Frederick News-Post Article for all of you to read and enjoy. There is even a nice picture of me holding my First Word Search Books. It’s nice and short, and to the point,and it seems so long ago, but it was April 21, 2013, just two years years ago. Have Fun!
Today, I added to my Freebie page 4 new sample packages for my “Shakespeare Sonnet Word Search Games Foolery” book series, so you can try my Sonnet word searches, scrambles, number fumbles, Da Vinci codes and cryptograms. So if you know someone who likes scrabble, word scrambles and or cryptograms please tweet them and tell them.