I’ve just realised it’s Thursday and, for the first time (I think) since I started it, I didn’t post a Wednesday Wander yesterday. I suppose my focus this week has been on documenting the weekend away with The Silent Eye, so in a way I’ve been Wandering all week. Today is Thursday and there is another instalment to be posted – however, I usually post a door today. Instead, please enjoy this lovely post from Lucy over at Blondewritemore, about the different types of doors in a writer’s life – well worth a read!
Photo Credit: Upsplash.
Inspiration for this post has come from Helen Jones who blogs atJourney to Ambeth.
I have started reading the first book (Oak and Mist) from Helen’s series ‘The Ambeth Chronicles’ and I am hooked!
At the start of ‘Oak and Mist’ Alma finds a doorway to another world between two trees in her local park and this is where the idea for this post came from.
So, I forced myself to put Helen’s book down for five minutes and started thinking about the many doors in a writer’s life. I don’t know what it is about doors but once you start thinking about them you can’t stop..sigh!
- Writing the opening line of a story is like building an imaginary door. Stories are like doors that open and transport the reader off to a different place, world or time.
- A painful episode of writer’s block…
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