Tuesday, March 3, 2020

IWSG March 2020



Hello everyone and as always thanks for stopping by. These are the co-hosts for February 2020’s Insecure Writers Support Group brought to you by Alex J. Cavanaugh and his team of co-hosts: Jacqui Murray, Lisa Buie-Collard, Sarah Foster, Natalie Aguirre and Shannon Lawrence










19 comments:

  1. That's awesome how you were able to find so much inspiration! I'm glad my cat isn't able to open any doors.

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  2. Nothing spookier than a cat who can open doors. We had one who could.

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  3. Funny how things can come together at just the right time to spark a great idea. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. I've gotten inspiration like that too. I had an idea for a story and saw a lot that I could add to it from just looking around while on a vacation in the Smokey Mountains.

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  5. Old houses and smart cats - how can you not be inspired by that?

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  6. It's great to be able to use your own experience in your stories.

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  7. Smart cats! We had glass door knobs too. I love them so much that before they torn down our childhood home, I fetched those knobs. I didn't feel guilty either. Oh, my cats are definitely lazy.

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  8. The cats in your family house were super smart and also a bit creepy.

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  9. I had cats who would open doors.

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  10. What a great story. That is perfect to add to a novel.

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  11. Love the story and boom, novel. Happy IWSG!

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  12. It's great how they all came together. I love the sound of the dilapidated farmhouse!

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  13. I find inspiration everywhere, as well. No innocent image is safe from my nefarious musings! And anytime a cat is involved? Well, the end of the world is nigh.

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  14. Old places are a big inspiration.

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  15. Spoooky? I think thats so fascinating that a cay's intelligent enough to open doors! I wish we had cats like that when we were kids. The most intelligent thing any of our cats would do was one who would always jump up on my shoulders from a high place and the only way to get him off was to lie face down on the floor. Once I would do that he would just step off. I guess he really liked being high! Lol

    Btw, that's a really neat cover to your book!

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  16. This really does sound like a super inspiring trip. My cats open doors and cupboards - sigh. I'm tempted to read your book but fear.it may be too spooky.

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  17. There's a picture with two cats I once saw that I said I was going to create a story around. I need to get to that!

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  18. I think the only tradition I have in my stories is the heroine drinks wine and likes cats. I have to remember to have family customs for my characters. Something to edit in for a well rounded personality.

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