Wednesday, October 6, 2010


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.


  1. 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."

  2. That's exactly how it starts for me!


  3. 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.

    Clarissa; LOL!

  4. The pictures you chose are more pleasant than dead bodies. LOL!
    I look forward to your picture-paths. They always delight me.

  5. 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!

    Terry's Place
    Romance with a Twist--of Mystery

  6. Oh a raccoon! I used to have a raccoon named Charlotte.

    Not relevant I know.


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