If, like me, you’re a writer of sorts, then it’s probably best to keep a low profile today.
June the Seventh has proved to be a fatal day for a number of notable poets, novelists and playwrights.
Dorothy Parker, E M Forster, Henry Miller and Denis Potter, all passed away on this day in 1967, 1970, 1980 and 1994 respectively.
So if you’re busy composing a sonnet or plotting the next chapter of your novel, stop now, draw the curtains and return to bed.
No point in taking chances.
|Thought for the Day|