Thanks so much to Liz, a fan of the LitQuotes Daily Quote page. She alerted me to a problem and the quotes are now displaying normally.
If you ever see a problem I’d be grateful if you would contact me. I publish five other websites in addition to this one. The only thing that prevents me from having more websites is the fact that cloning technology hasn’t been perfected. In other words, any help is much appreciated. 🙂
What do I mean by LitQuotes Duo? Sometimes quotes, like chocolate chip cookies, are best served in pairs. Duos may be similar, surprising, contradictory or odd. They can make you smile or even make you think.
Today’s Duo is one of my favorites! It deals with all things green.
Quote One: “O, beware, my lord, of jealousy! It is the green-eyed monster, which doth mock the meat it feeds on.” ~ Othello by William Shakespeare
I am one of the luckiest people I know. My day job is as a self-employed website developer. I get to live my dream, working from home while I help people make their dreams come true, because of the Internet. Proposed laws threaten our ability to make a living on the Internet, express ourselves on the Internet, do research on the Internet and touch other people’s lives via the Internet.
If you like Today in Literature you’ll love our daily quote page! The daily quote page features a snippet of the Today in Literature daily article, a daily quote and a LitQuote Duo. It’s truly bookmark worthy!