Happy Palindrome Week!
This week is, of all things, Palindrome Week.
A palindrome is a word that is or series of numbers that are the same when read forward and backwards. The word “tenet” is a palindrome because when spelled forward it is “T-E-N-E-T” and when reversed it is the same.
Thus, every date this week (longer, actually, as it holds true from the 10th to the 19th) is a palindrome when put in a numeric format.
See? They’re all the same whether forward or flipped.
What does this have to do with books . . .
. . . or writing . . .
. . . or success . . .
. . . or anything like that?
But it sure as anything is neat-o!
And that means a lot.
Celebrate Palindrome Week and . . .
. . . as the beautiful summer slowly slides toward the temperate autumn . . .
. . . rest assured that you are going to receive great news from . . .
. . . Kallisti Publishing very soon.
Be well and stay incredible!
Have fun . . . Tony.