Hello! I hope all of you guys are having a great day! I have had a very busy but a good one! Thanks Nana and Charity for joining this blog! I hope to get a nice group of people over here! Dear Jo (What ho! :) did a little blurb for me over at her blog: Scraps From My Workbasket. Thanks Jo!
Okay. So here is the deal. I need help deciding the story line for my latest story. If you want to vote on that, then just scroll down two posts! (I am not going to go into the trouble right now to link it. Sorry! :D) Anyway, I thought I'd write about something that is a bit of an unconventional idea, but one that I love to do! Have you ever been in a setting that you thought, "Wow! This would be great to describe in a book?" I mean, like the way the wind is howling, or the rain is falling, or an especially lovely sunset or something of that sort? What I have taken to doing, is writing out a description of whatever it was, and then filing it away for later use! Then, if I am writing a book and need a sunset scene or something else, I will have one, written in the moment that will be much more realistic that one fabricated for necessity. Do you get my drift? My one problem: I had written a description of a house that was rattling round my head about a year ago, and now when I have use for it in a story, I can't find it or any of the other ones! Humph! :) Anyway! That is just a writing tip that I've used now and then, and that has been quite satisfactory! :) -Rachel