for writers and readers….
Conjures such pictures! I like the apple core detail
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I get my ideas mainly when I am meditating – but sitting in hot soapy suds in a huge marble bathtub would also be great – that is, if Tiru was not prone to drought….
Mundane physical activity is supposed to help solve tricky plot problems – washing up etc something that you could do without thinking about.
She wrote a female character who wrote about a detective and ate apples into some of her stories. 🙂 — Suzanne
I didn’t know that – can you remember the character’s name?
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Welcome, Bridget 😃
Highly inspirational. I love getting advice from famous writers.
I wonder if the water got cold…..
and back in the day boilers weren’t very reliable…
Bathtub is better than shower as an idea zone, because you can write down the ideas.
That’s where I’ve been going wrong, Audrey – and I’m not keen on apples!
Altogether a more reflective time. Never written in the bath but I’ve ruined a fair few books.
That’s true. I dropped a copy of Beth Chatto’s The Dry Garden into the bath once. How ironic is that? (I did manage to it dry out, however).
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