. Stored on a shelf downstairs there’s a box labelled “Quilt”. It contains one of the two patchwork quilts I began making thirty-four years ago. Its face is done – various pink and white multi-sized gingham squares alternating with plain pink ones. I have this sweet fabric sprigged with pink flowers for its backing. Continue reading “Piecing things together… quilts and stories”
Tag Archives: Outlining
On What Rock Do You Build?
Today’s mail brought a glossy brochure advertising the opening of a new CornerStone Church in our area. I like the name. A cornerstone isn’t a complicated thing to understand. The dictionary defines it as a keystone, foundation, or basis – an important quality or feature on which a particular thing depends. It makes me thinkContinue reading “On What Rock Do You Build?”
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From Inky Girl :
Is it Outlining or Plotting?
Sometimes I get hung up on semantics. “Plotting versus pantsing” is a popular topic of discussion among writers. Writing by the seat of my pants got me through my first two novels, and with a germ of an idea in mind it’s how I write most of my articles. During revisions of my second novelContinue reading “Is it Outlining or Plotting?”