Here's hoping some of you, my faithful readers, might join me in posting a story with a picture for Wednesday Wit and Wisdom. The challenge is to post a picture on your blog, then write a short story or a poem about the picture as a writing exercise. When you have your story written, you can link up for others to read. Feel free to also add your picture and story to another link of your choice. The link up is on my WWW page here. This is #33!
My picture this week is the inspiration for my newest book, hopefully published in the next couple of months. The picture is one of three in a frame given to my grandmother for her wedding shower in 1916. The artist is C. Clyde Squires, a pulp artist back in the day, and the title is "accepted love". Since all of these pictures in the frame are very vintage, my plan is to turn these pictures into a more modern depiction of life in our current times. The new book is entitled "Out of the Darkness". My friend and fellow blogger, Janie Junebug, is working on the edit. I' also joining Grantham Lynn at My Journey Back for the Linky Party. See what other fun links have joined in!
Carol Braun is forced to face the trauma of her past when she becomes a victim of violence. Many miles away, Jeff Lipton is victimized by a beautiful but devious woman, nearly threatening his business. The experiences have left them suspicious and wary of relationships until they find each other and finally experience accepted love.
This is kind of an unusual approach to my Wednesday Wit and Wisdom, telling a story of the picture.
But now it's your turn. Find a picture that speaks to you, write a story about it in your blog, then link back to share with others at this website. Thanks in advance for joining in!