How Seasons and Color Affect Your Writing and What You Read

autumn-leavesA dear editor friend of mine, Linda Lane,  shared a blog post that she had just written and it so inspired and thrilled me, that I just had to share this with you.

This is a must read, if you are an author, or in the book publishing industry. Beautiful and insightful observation about how seasons affect writing and what people read…

Seasons and Colors of Fiction

Multi-state blizzards terrorize travelers, heavy snow packs send skiers slipping and sliding into the mountains, yet spring hints of its approach. This month in Colorado, we’ve endured a sub-zero cold snap and enjoyed unseasonal ¬†… read more and make a comment!


Capture Your Ideas with Intention

EagleIf you are breathing, you are thinking. And if you are thinking, you are thinking of all kids of things, and during the day, you’ll have an idea, or a thought. The conversation in your head might sound something like, “I wish someone would invent something that would …” (and then you describe the invention) or, “I bet this would work better if I …” or maybe a funny thought floats through (ahem on myself) and you say, “Oh! This would make a great cartoon!”

Then you continue what you are doing and the idea passes through your brain and out the window.