Week that Was in a Writer’s Images
Writer Quotes photos for weekly post of October 30th to November 3rd by Author Scot Fin. Full size slideshow at the bottom of this post.
Writer Quotes, October 30th
I imagine all writers think about being cut out to be a writer. With this thought and some doubt, I sat down at sunset by my trusted Underwood to do some writing. Is there a better way to write these days than an Underwood? Strangely, I noticed an old note sitting there. How did it get there? It turned out, however, to be just what I needed. How did Hemingway know?
Writer Quotes, October 31st
Why did I feel so inclined to post a cemetery image today? Hmm. And why does Montparnasse Cemetery seem so much more eerie in the picture than when I was there?
And why did Shakespeare want to talk to me about, “Let’s talk of graves, of worms, and epitaphs; Make dust our paper and with rainy eyes Write sorrow on the bosom of the earth…” William Shakespeare, Richard II? He’s the one who wanted to talk about graves. I, however, really don’t want to make dust of my paper (writing) today. And I wasn’t wanting to write sorrow either, whether it be on the bosom of the earth or on my computer.
Further, were we alone? Did my eyes not see all that the camera saw? And, and, and … so many questions now; like will I go back to Cimetière du Montparnasse? And, for one last and, it’s not often I can bring together Paris travel and the astral world … so … Happy Halloween.
Writer Quotes, November 1st
While sitting back with a glass of wine watching the lights and activity in the Tuileries one evening, the building across the street displayed an interesting message. Perhaps those wine induced dreams can turn into a story. Regardless, I can enjoy the wine and the view, while I let my imagination wander.
Writer Quotes, November 2nd
In this case, you’ll find St. James Palace if you turn the corner. That is if we’re talking streets and maps of London. Uncharted passion for writing? Virginia Woolf knows this is her question to which we all want to find our own answer.
Writer Quotes, November 3rd
I’ve misplaced my reading glasses; now I have no idea what I’m thinking. Maybe coffee will help.
Scot Fin’s images
Astral Projection Novel: Ralph and the Girl From Mayfair Towers
Scot Fin novel is an astral adventure.
Ralph is a traveler. He has his own plane … or so he thought.
Astral traveler Ralph didn’t really think about whether the astral plane was his own until the girl from Mayfair Towers approached him with her mystery. He told me his story. Ralph explained that he thought this would be a simple investigation, perhaps impressing the lovely girl from Mayfair Towers, by using his secret mystic gift.
An experienced and knowledgeable astral adversary, however, transformed this simple investigation. Unlike this adversary, Chong, Ralph was essentially a novice in other dimensions. Now, beyond the investigation, Ralph was involved in a paranormal struggle …
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