What’s Up Wednesday #15
What’s Up Wednesday is a weekly blog hop created by Jaime Morrow and Erin Funk. The goal of this hop is to help connect writers on their writing journey. You can find out more about the blog hop here.
What I’m Reading
I just finished reading “Everywhere that Tommy Goes” by Howard K. Pollack and “Probably Monsters” by Ray Cluley. Both books were great, especially the last one. It’s an interesting collection of horror shorts and it inspired a few ideas for my own short stories.
What I’m Writing
I haven’t been writing much. I’ve been too busy with edits for clients, and responding to interviews and the like for the book tour for The Soul Thief. I did finish my short story a week, but that’s about it.
What Works For Me
Traveling, apparently. I went to Paris this weekend (which was amazing, by the way), and visited Versailles and the Notredame. We also went on a walk through the city. The trip inspired me so much. I now want to write a story set in Paris, or maybe even in Versailles. The city is so beautiful, and Versailles is mesmerizing. I felt like I took a trip back in time when I stepped inside. I need to get out more, and enjoy the beauty of the world, it’s so inspiring.
What Else is New
The cover design for Reflected is finished, and it looks gorgeous. I can’t wait to show everyone! I’ve also finished all editing projects for February, and am now getting started on the March projects.
4 thoughts on “What’s Up Wednesday #15”
A trip to Paris sounds lovely! I hope it proves super inspiring.
Have a great week!
Paris sounds amazing! I am always inspired to write when I visit a new place.
I am dying to go back to Paris. Well, France in general, actually. We were there this past August and my current WiP was inspired by the WWI battlefields we visited across the French countryside and coastline. Glad you had a good time! I hope an awesome story idea pops into your head! Have a great week, Majanka! 😀
I’m so jealous of your weekend in Paris! I’d love to go back there again. And I can see how that’d inspire you!