Bolstered by Zorgamazoo: An unusual post

Thursday, February 12, 2009.

ZorgamazooToday was a tough day.

But spending the evening reading aloud Zorgamazoo, Robert Paul Weston‘s incredibly uplifting, completely rhyming adventure novel, has actually whisked me away from the torment of reality.

So I’m stepping briefly out of our Just One More Book! grid to share with you a much-needed rallying cry from the reluctant (furry) hero of this fabulously sweet and exciting adventure:

“Now, sometimes you lose and sometimes you win,
but my Pop always told me: You never give in!
And if he were here now, I know what he’d say:
Morty, my son, when you’re caught in a fray,

or your travels are tough and the going is rough,
or you’re up to your neck in the slippery stuff,
or say some old robots are on the attack,
then I tell you, my son: You start fighting back!”

I’m not fighting back, literally, but I am bolstered. So Thank you, Morty. And thanks to Robert Paul Weston for this great rhyming ride.



Comment by Mary Lee

February 13, 2009 @ 6:35 am

The round up this week, as it turns out, is actually at Big A little a. I let Kelly know about your post. Sorry for the confusion. Note to self: check every possible avenue of information before jumping in with both feet!

Comment by Rob Weston

February 13, 2009 @ 11:17 am

Very happy to hear the book helped you through a rough day. Never really thought of it as therapeutic at all. Hope today’s better.

Comment by Just One More Book!!

February 13, 2009 @ 11:22 am

Thank you!

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