Monday, May 9, 2011

101 Alice in Wonderland Quotes

Have you heard of the ebook 101 Alice in Wonderland Quotes? In this book author Tuula Olin, a long time fan of Alice in Wonderland, looks at some of the quotes in Alice in Wonderland and offers insights into them.

Alice in Wonderland is a literary classic that has been enjoyed by millions over the years. The wonderful characters that Lewis Carroll has created are quite eccentric and the book is full of quirky quotes.

Have you ever wondered what some of the sayings that are instantly recognizable such as “Curiouser and curiouser!” actually mean? Well Tuula Olin looks at 101 famous quotes from Alice in Wonderland and provides insight as to their meanings in her interactive ebook - 101 Alice in Wonderland Quotes.

As the movie Alice in Wonderland plays at cinemas around the world it is a great time to be able to sprinkle little Alice in Wonderland quotes throughout your conversations. You will be quite amazed as to how often Lewis Carroll’s words seem appropriate.

Tim Burton and Johnny Depp’s latest collaboration in the adaptation of Alice in Wonderland into a hit movie has made now the time to ‘know’ all of the Alice in Wonderland quotes. See if they are all used in the movie or not. I can’t ruin it for you as I have yet to see this movie, but it would be interesting to know.

When you purchase Tuula Olin’s 101 Famous Quotes from Alice in Wonderland you actually receive a buddle of 4 titles which includes The Wasp in a Wig. The Wasp in a Wig is a long lost chapter that Lewis Carroll wrote that he never added into the book.
The bundle of ebooks includes:
  • 101 Famous Quotes from Alice in Wonderland
  • Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
  • Through the Looking Glass
  • The Wasp in a Wig
Order 101 Famous Quotes from Alice in Wonderland now and receive a special price as well as three bonuses –
  • Coloring Book (fantastic to keep handy for the school holidays)
  • Computer Desktop Wallpapers
  • Surprise Bonus
Do you have a favorite Alice in Wonderland Quote?   I like the Mock Turtle when he says, ‘well, I never heard it before, but it sounds uncommon nonsense.’   What exactly is uncommon nonsense????
Some of the quotes are just plain common sense such as – ‘Start at the beginning and go on til you come to the end: then stop.’   What could be clearer than those instructions from the King of Hearts and it’s so true for so many situations in life.
“We’re all mad here” is another quote that can be used in many situations……we used to use it a lot in one of my previous jobs as we were all a little …shall I say quirky!!!!

Of course if you prefer to get this book in an actual book form you can order the paperback through Amazon.   If I’m honest I actually prefer having a book in my hand than reading ebooks, but then I grew up before the word ebook was even invented!!   Having said that the ebook version is interactive which means that you can click on a quote and be automatically taken to the page that the quote originated from….something that an actually hold in your hand book can’t do!

One of the great things about a book on quotes in this day and age is that they are great things to tweet!   Some days when I haven’t done much I still like to send out a quick tweet so that friends overseas know I’m still breathing and a quote I like fits the bill really well.

I think either of these books - the ebook or the 'actual' book would make a great gift idea for any Lewis Carroll fan.   This actual blog post (except for this last paragraph) is actually a cut and paste from one of my hubs.   Changes occurring at Hubpages has meant that they don't like to see certain affiliate links and the ebook is unfortunately from one of their banned sites.   The author of the ebook, however, is someone I have met online as we have written on some of the same sites and it's one of the 'good products' from this merchant which unfortunately aren't promoted as often as the other type of products this merchant provides such as 'how to guides' for 6 pack abs, getting your ex back and getting rich quick!

1 comment:

  1. I didn't know that Tuula Olin had written a book. Thanks for sharing it here.