Saturday, October 22, 2011

Wrapped up in Stars

I've been wrapped up in the constellations lately...

it has to do with my current writing project.

Stars and their stories.....greek mythology.....broad, deep skies and the hope they inspire...

the things they whisper.

Tell me, what have you been wrapped up in lately?

13 comments:

Martin Willoughby said...

My duvet. It's winter over here. But at least I get to read a lot more.

Stephanie McGee said...

Intrigued...

The constellations are awesome. I had to research them for one of my projects.

I'm in the middle of a Top Sekret Projekt at the moment. I'm in love with this project and I am thoroughly enjoying the time I've been spending on it.

Shelby said...

you CAN NOT go wrong with Greek Mythology.
I'm a total Greek Geek.

Tess said...

Martin: ha! it took me a minute, but I got it. hope it keeps you warm :)

Stephanie: top sekret projekts are the best!

Shelby: greek geek..that's clever.

Lynda R Young said...

I know what it's like to be wrapped up in projects. I've started outlining for my next novel.

superpaige said...

Chickens. 'nuff said.

Sharon K. Mayhew said...

I've been wrapped up in WWII history and places a child can get in trouble in Leek, England....

A.L. Sonnichsen said...

Kites!

My WiP is about a girl in China and kites.

I'm excited to hear more about your WiP!! :)

Amy

Tess said...

Lynda: oh, outlining - that's tough stuff. good luck :)

Paige: spurting diet coke here - chickens. pshah. silly you.

Sharon: that sounds like such intriguing fun!

AL: kites? you have me at kites - I want to know more!!

Susan Fields said...

I've been wrapped up in getting the rough draft of my new wip down on paper. It's horrible right now, I keep telling myself that's what rough drafts are for and it's going to get a lot better with the revising!

Mary Aalgaard, Play off the Page said...

I'm wrapped up in theatre experiences. It's a wild ride! Congrats on your book review!

Cynthia Chapman Willis said...

I'm not sure if I should write "wrapped up" or "haunted by" (since it's almost Halloween), but the answer is the same--my work in progress. And your project is intriguing! Happy writing!

Tess said...

Susan: you go girl! that first draft is always such a pain, but it's the foundation for great things.

Mary: thanks! and, what experiences? are you performing you music? acting? watching a child perform?

Cynthia: ahhhh...a WIP...I'm curious.