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
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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