Finding the Muse in Photography!

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At the Omaha zoo, the cats, both the jaguar and the cougar were so perfectly posing for me. I couldn’t believe how many beautiful close-ups I got. Normally, the cats are moving, or for the cougars, hidden up in rocks, or lying around far from the fence, but these were great.

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Anyway, so I’ve found my muse, and I’m racing along to keep the momentum going. I’m working on Taming the Wild Cougar and have 17,000 words done! 🙂 <3 Lots and lots and lots more to go, but still, that’s a really great start!

One thing that Leyton Hill hadn’t expected from Dr. Kate Parker was her totally growly she-cat side. Where are her bedside manners? Well, they went out the door when he took her hostage. 🙂 <3 How does she know he’s REALLY an undercover cop anyway? Taming the Wild Cougar WEB 05082015

How does the muse come to me? For one, sometimes I need to just write what I want to write. No rules. No guidelines. And the scenes begin to form. Sometimes so fast, I can’t keep up with them. I’m nearly a quarter of the way through the book, and really unusual for me, I’m already thinking of the semi-end, and several scenes that I just need to jot down notes for, to say, this is coming up, yet, I want to write the current scene and keep on going, because the conversations are going on and I don’t have time to write them.

I LOVE when this happens. It RARELY happens.

So I’m back to writing. Only 500 more words and I will have reached the quarter way mark!

Okay, back to my muse before she fails me. Have a terrific TGIF!!! 🙂


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