It might start by wondering who would wear this...
or who would abandon a pair of these...
or why the door looks like this...
It could start with imagining a typical day for him...
or the adventures this team may have had...
Every question will lead to a this...
and you'll know it's time to reach for this.
Elspeth - You are so right! Inspiration and ideas can come from anywhere. That's why I think that writers tend to be observant. They notice little details and idly speculate on all sorts of things. It's the source of a lot of "light bulbs."ReplyDelete
That's exactly how it starts for me!ReplyDelete
Margot; I wish I could say looking at a raccoon is what starts it for me. That sounds so much better than imagining dead bodies.ReplyDelete
Yes! Exactly like that. Very cute.ReplyDelete
The pictures you chose are more pleasant than dead bodies. LOL!ReplyDelete
I look forward to your picture-paths. They always delight me.
Finally back home, with a few minutes to catch up on blogs, but I'm so far behind. This was a great one to come back to!ReplyDelete
Romance with a Twist--of Mystery
Oh a raccoon! I used to have a raccoon named Charlotte.ReplyDelete
Not relevant I know.