Welcome to Keta’s Keep! I’m so happy you dropped by.Today we’re talking about photographs and how they can help your writing.
Some authors make extensive outlines when they begin writing a novel; some use sticky notes and tack them up around their writing space. I use photos as inspiration, images from scenes and/or characters in my book. Photos remind me to look visually at all aspects of my book and help cement those images in my mind.
romance poised between modern day and the gut-wrenching conflict between the
Cheyenne and the Blue Coats. Where The Rain is Made was a surprising blend of
genres. While solidly building on a foundation of romance, it is so much more.”
Seo’ộtse, Cheyenne word for dead spirits who ruled the Cheyenne in prior centuries. Not a time traveler among them but they are empowered to send wanderers through time to help the People in times of great trouble.
Scene of shift from the book:
I hope you liked the pictures and want to know more about WHERE THE RAIN IS MADE (still tops my favorite of all the books I’ve written).