“Listen to the butterfly” – Beverly Stowe McClure, Literary Classics Award Winning Author, Under the Purple Moon

I’m back. Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving, those of you that celebrate it. Today I’d like to talk about books. Imagine that. Yes, my houses resembles a library, book shelves in almost every room and filled with books. It wasn’t always that way. When I was a kid, I hated to read. The only books I read were the ones required for book reports. I really liked the jacket cover too because it always told a bit about the book, which helped.

Now that I’m older and have discovered the magic of books I read a lot. When you read a novel that you really like, do you ever wonder where the author got the idea for the story? I do. And you know what? You might be surprised. So, for awhile I’d like to talk about story ideas. Everyone has a story to tell; yes, that means you too. Sometimes we just have to look for it. So, let’s have some fun and find our stories.

Will be back later in the week. In the meantime, think about your story.

Maybe if you listen to the butterfly, it will whisper a secret in your ear.


Happy Reading!


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