Blog Tour: Amaterasu Reads
Ingrid stopped by Amaterasu Reads to chat about capturing ideas as part of her Around the World in 80 Days Blog Tour for When the World was Flat (and we were in love).
Excerpt from Amaterasu Reads:
Everyone walks past a thousand story ideas every day, according to Orson Scott Card, author of Ender’s Game. “The good writers are the ones who see five or six of them. Most people don’t see any.”
I keep a range of mental and physical notes for use in future manuscripts. The other day I overheard a woman giving a friend a detailed account of her diet – and I mean every single morsel that she could and couldn’t eat. “I can eat legumes, but I can’t eat nuts. I can’t have dairy. I can’t eat bread. I can eat fruit, but not apricots. I can’t eat…” It went on and on. It was a combination of mind-numbing and hilarious. I immediately made a note for a future character in a future manuscript in my iPhone.
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