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  1. Love this phrase, ‘it’s all writing’, Marian. And love your anthropologist’s eye, as well.
    It’s not exactly innovative for me to say so, but I’m struck continuously by how much my reading feeds right into my writing. At present I’m reading one non-fiction book (to review) and one fiction book (for pleasure) and suddenly they’re speaking to each other in my head- which will affect what eventually I write.

    • Barbara, that’s SO COOL! I do love it when that happens. 🙂 I’m looking forward to reading that review. Will it be in the TLS or on your blog or elsewhere? Please give me a heads-up so I can spread the word.

  2. Great post! It’s so true – everything really IS writing, for a writer. Anything I find out, my brain squirrels away to feed into my stories.

    Your gate that people could sneak into and out of reminds me of one time at the hardware store with Luchian. The guy in front of us in line was buying drywall, a saw, and duct tape. Luchian squeezed my hand and gave me this weird look. In the car, I asked what that had been about. “Did you SEE what that guy was getting???” I nodded slowly. “He’s going to kidnap someone and kill them, dismember them, and wall the body up to hide it!!!”

    Yes, writers are odd, suspicious people, but as long as it produces inspiration and ideas, I’m cool with that. 🙂

    • I knew I liked him, somehow! How could you two kids not follow the guy home? You could call your cop friend and your doctor friend and your fake psychic friend and…. Wait, that’s the tv series we’re all waiting for someone to write….

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