So I’m doing a lot of research lately on the 17th century. Specifically, my area is SE France, but there are locations and events that . . .
I love the Botanical Garden because they do such an amazing job of inserting sculpture into the meandering walkaways. That’s what I’d like to do . . .
Ever feel like this after reading a passage? My God — that passage, Laura, is so *8&&#>>>* awesome, my hair blew straight back and knocked . . .
I’ve always loved the Fleure de lis. Here’s one from Charlemagne’s crown. Wonder where I can get one of those for myself . . . . . .
In my current research, I’m looking for stories, myths, legends and rumors abut mermaids and supernatural sea creatures in general. If you know one beyond the Hans Christian Anderson variety, please let me know. I’m very interested. I have found some fun links to things mermaidish, too.
There’s an audio book I get from the library for my kids — Maynard Moose’s Tales. It’s a version of the trickster tales but super . . .
I’m writing about what happens to a girl who finds a strange creature alone on the banks of a marsh. Seems like a classic story . . .
I’m finishing up my Savannah novel, Laerka, and wondering where else to try to write/edit. Any great inspirations of places to write? I’ve tried a . . .