Victoria A. Jeffrey's authorly doings. . .

Friday, April 6, 2012

Continuing Work-In-Progress

As my work-in-progress continues I've collected all kinds of wonderful pics from the internet to inspire me as I write. Sometimes they really add to what I'm writing and other times when I don't feel particularly inspired it can fuel the writing process. Anyway, here are some beautiful pictures I've found both on my own and from others on Pinterest:

Perhaps a dryad? I don't know but she definitely has an influence on the story. At first it was merely a great, big tree but now it is something more. Not a main character or an active character or anything but not just a tree either. There is a tree in The Mountain King called the Mother Tree. Ancient and similar to Old Tree, yet not quite as ancient. The difference is that the tree in my story is a baobab tree. Which brings me to this picture:

What a perfect specimen of a baobab. or at least I think so!


A storm is a brewin', storm a' brewin'. . . 


                                                 A mountain fortress in Poland, I think.


                                  A moody picture of a wood. Appropriate for the story I'm writing.


This last one is a possible fairy ring someone found in Africa. I've forgotten which country. Didn't know there were fairy rings in Africa. And don;t forget that I'm hosting a giveaway of my book The Lady Moons! Sign up before April 20th to get your copy!

Back to writing. . .

2 comments:

J. R. Nova said...

Writing a story about the first picture would be interesting!

Victoria said...

I agree. It's a beautiful and intriguing piece of artwork!