Oh yes, I have. That is how I write most of my columns for magazines, an opening sentence that I have over heard... the story follows.Thanks fro the Friday Round-up Susan, enjoy your weekend!
Definitely. I am always eavesdropping. I've been know to shush my hubby when we're out and I'm 'listening'.
My latest idea came from something I read on FB!~ Wendy
Hello,I have visited your blog and enjoyed it very much. It has a great inspiration.Would you like to visit my weblog which I created in Nov 2010?My husband and I are Iranian and live in the UK. We love Jesus and our weblog is mostly about our Lord. Since we are Iranian we have added some Persian articles to the weblog, but you can read and watch English ones.Our weblog is http://creation-to-eternity.blogspot.comGod Bless,Afsoon
I've used threads from conversations or statements I've heard. As a matter of fact, there are some on our WIP. Happy weekend,Karen
I like to listen to what children say and use their expessions in my work. They often get things just a bit wrong which makes it so cute.
Hi, Susan.Thanks for linking to my blog this week. Listen up! You never know what you might hear.Blessings.Jean
Hi Marja -A lot of my inspiration comes from daily life. If we keep our eyes and ears open, we'll be amazed at the ideas we glean for our writing.Blessings,Susan :)
Hi Linda -LOL! I guess we writers take our listening to a new level.Blessings,Susan :)
Hi Wendy -Facebook? I guess wherever people gather is a good place to find topics. :)Blessings,Susan
Hi Afsoon -Welcome. I'll try to get over there soon. Thank you for visiting. I hope you'll stop by often.Blessings,Susan :)
Hi Karen -I didn't know that! Now, I'm curious. You'll have to tell me which ones. :)Blessings,Susan
Hi Jean -You're welcome. You always have excellent content on your blog. :)Blessings,Susan
Hi Nancy -Oh yes, let's not forget listening to children. Their innocence makes their comments all the more endearing.Blessings,Susan :)
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