Grab the nearest book. Open it and go to the tenth word. Do a Google Image Search of the word. Write about what the image brings to mind.
Dec 10, 2012 – Uploaded by Christina Clemente
When I see the word flee, I have images of wings in the sky soaring high up amidst the clouds away from here. Another image that comes to mind is someone racing on foot, away from here. I do not know where here is but when fleeing the objective is to get away from here. So if I were fleeing, I would be getting away from here, no matter where here was. My here is someone’s there or elsewhere. Everything is relative.
I got the word from Inferno by Dan Brown. I haven’t cracked it open yet, but it is on my to read list. What I have enjoyed reading Dan Brown’s books are the tours of Paris, Rome and London. I didn’t really care for Mister Brown’s latest which dealt with Masonic symbols, the adversary didn’t make sense to me and I found the story a little forced. I am hoping that this one will be more in keeping with Angels and Demons or The DaVinci Code, I love reading about masterpieces and architecture. I’ll let you know what I think about his latest as soon as I am finished with it. Here’s hoping for a good review.
“Flee” to me echoes a bible quote “Flee from the devil”. Sound advice, I’m sure!
I liked the Davinci Code Dan Brown as a page-turner, but didn’t read the other one.
The tenth word of my nearest book is “Are.” It’s my little daughter’s book : Twinkle Twinkle little star, how I wonder what you are”
Flee was a better word.
I have always loved “twinkle, twinkle” . If you have the time, take a spin around Rome with Angels & Demons, I think that you will like it. 🙂