When writing, you look at the setting, don’t over describe because you don’t want to lose the characters in the scene, unless of course the setting is a character, and it can be, so when I’m on a walk, I look for anything that catches my interest. What stands out in the scene. What makes it special.
Yellow irises with the backdrop of colorful umbrellas and a fountain spewing water into the pond, dragonflies mating on the sidewalk before me, colorful snapdragons close up and further away to show their actual setting, a Texas windmill spinning, spinning on the windy day, and a trio of birdhouses, art against the sky.
I’m nearly done on Her Jaguar Protector. Couldn’t sleep in the middle of the night. Who me, stressed out? Nah. Yeah. I just got the request for the synopsis and cover ideas for the book, both due on Monday, and I have to go in for jury duty selection on Monday. Ugh. So I couldn’t get back to sleep, and instead, read another 4 chapters. Three chapters left and an epilogue. I’ll finish that today, and then jump on the other deadline materials.
So off to work!! Have a super fun day!!!
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