Last week I featured a charming little park in the middle of downtown where I live. It has lovely flowers, soothing fountains, red brick paths, and a charming gazebo. A place for romance – or – murder :-O
This week, I’m going to share a few other local things that spark my muse.
Alice took a trip down the rabbit hole . Me I prefer staying above ground :0) So where do these lead????
Here is what I think happens….
Welcome to my neighborhood….
Where there are ….
Things that go nowhere…
Things that lurk in the fog…
Things abandoned in the woods…
And a red waterfall….
What do you see in my neighborhood, I’d love to hear
As a writer, I’m always clicking pictures of places I could use in one of stories and … not always in the way you would expect. For example…
A walk in a forgotten city garden.
She’s amazed at the beauty and wonders why no one else is there.
Drinking her lemonade, she decides she’s glad to have it to herself.
She makes her way to the gazebo. She smiles thinking she’s like a princess with her own private garden….only instead of Prince Charming waiting for her, there is a killer. One who grooms the garden to lure his victims in. She’s a fly in his spider web.
I love this park…the beauty, the contrast of the business city around it, but I can’t help but think a serial killer would love it to 😉 I’ve made places we go into book settings so often, my hubby will now ask, ‘Is someone dying here or having great sex?’ Because with me it could go either way 😀
Have you ever been somewhere and have an unexpected way to use the setting hit you?