So, yeah, it’s no surprise writers see the world just a little differently than normal people. Sometimes its just in six word stories.
Recently, I had the privilege to travel to Huntington Beach, California for the Annual General Meeting for the Jane Austen Society of North America (trying saying that five times fast…) Since I love all things beachy and tropical, it’s hard to think of a more appealing setting for a conference.
So many beautiful and intriguing sites, it was hard to know where to look first. All these amazing views made my writer’s brain itch. More that just gorgeous scenery, there were stories just waiting to be told at every turn.
So many little vignettes left me pondering what might have been going on here and I can’t quite shake them. Instead of sharing the usual plethora of vacation shots with you, I thought I would share a few of these stories with you instead.
Surely, someone can walk on clouds.
We heard what you just said.
Apparently, I can’t read a map.
I do not recall inviting you.
Not exactly what I had envisioned.
I told you! The water’s COLD!
I’m as cute as your cat. Really.
So now you know a little of what goes on in that weird space inside my head. Hope you enjoyed that little tour! Stay tuned for more (slightly longer) tales from the 2017 AGM.