I think so.
In honor of Jack Kerouac Month, I am going to attempt to put forth a Kerouaction for each day of March. Of course on March 12 we will have to post something special in honor of his birthday. As you know, The Beat Handbook contains "100 Days of Kerouactions," the latter being my neologism for the answer to the question, "What would Kerouac do?" My effort this month is to come up with 31 new Kerouactions (that is, they were not in my book).
This is going to take Herculean effort on my part, but I think I can do it.
Let's turn our attention to this day.
For today, in honor of the start of Jack Kerouac Month, read some of Thomas Wolfe's Look Homeward Angel. It's early in the month, and this was an early and significant literary influence on Jack. You can especially see Wolfe's influence on Jack's first novel, The Town and the City.
The link to Look Homeward Angel I provided in the previous paragraph is from Google book search, and doesn't include the entire novel. For that, try Project Gutenberg Australia. However, it's illegal as Hell to go to this website from the U.S., so there's another Kerouaction: breaking the law just a little bit. Don't blame me when the copyright police show up at your door - you were warned!