There are over 13 million people in the world currently blogging, but what about the blogs written by the iconic men and women who (unfortunately) died before the Internet was even invented?
In this witty and original take on the most important technological development since spam, THE LOST BLOGS offers hundreds of blogs from the most famous minds in history, detailing their hysterically personal (and impersonal) revelations, such as:
- John Lennon's thoughts after meeting a young woman named Yoko Ono (and her strange interest in the Beatles' publishing rights).
- Tips of the trade from Jesus Christ's carpentry blog, including how to build a combination water and wine rack.
- How a stray hot dog nearly derailed Ghandi's hunger strike.
- Jim Morrison's original lyrics to Light My Fire
Written by one of the few people I truly respect, Paul Davidson is not only a prolific writer, he's also a journalist, a TV producer, NPR commentator and screenwriter. Check out his blog and indulge in more than 1,000 entries and be entertained by his caustic humor and cynicism. Words for My Enjoyment should be a daily dose for all budding writers.
As for The Lost Blogs, grab it before it hits the stores in May. Pre-order now by clicking below. And no, I don't get any commission for promoting this book.
The Lost Blogs : From Jesus to Jim Morrison--The Historically Inaccurate and Totally Fictitious Cyber Diaries of Everyone Worth Knowing