Hi, and welcome back to week 3 of the Behind the Pen Photo Challenge! I can’t believe it’s already the 3rd week of April – where does the time go?! My week has been rather delightful due to a warm spell of weather that has hit England. The sun makes me happy, and after months of dreariness, this sun makes me extra happy! So I’ve been soaking in the vitamin D and warmth before the weather turns back to rain and gloom next week. You got to enjoy it while you have it! 😀 I hope you enjoy this week’s photos! 🙂
*One Of My Quotes*
This is a quote from my longest project – a story/book about a girl living during the American Civil War. Unfortunately I have put this project on hold for the foreseeable future due to lack of time to research. But it still holds a special place in my heart, and I thought you enjoy reading a snippet of it.
*My Name Spelled Out In A Cool Way*
The top four books are on my TBR (to be read), the bottom two are on my TBRR (to be reread). The prompt said to write my name in a cool way, and books are cool, right? 😀 Plus it’s extra cool because my name can be read from the top of the pile down, or the bottom of the pile up! Palindromes for the win! 😛
*My Plotting Method*
This pretty much sums up my plotting method – sometimes I plan, but more often I wing it. 😀 I will have the rough draft of a story in my head, but I let imagination run wild as I write it out. *Note: I don’t have experience writing full books yet, so I’m just speaking from experience of writing short stories.
*One Of My Blog Posts*
My one year blogiversary is coming up on May 21st! It’s kind of funny looking back at my very first blog post – I never could’ve imagined all that this year has held in terms of connecting with other bloggers and sharing my writing on this blog. I’m excited to see what year #2 will hold for The Way of Delight!
*A Spot I’d Like To Visit For Inspiration*
Seeing as I am a huge fan of L.M Montgomery, it probably won’t come as a surprise to you that I’ve picked Prince Edward Island as my place of inspiration. LMM’s descriptions of this island are absolutely wonderful, and I would love to visit this beautiful place one day! Just think of all the inspiration this place could create!
*A Favourite Research Source*
I read this series of books last year for school when I studied American history, and thoroughly enjoyed them! They are well written and give a great overview of the span of American history, as well as give interesting details that you might not come across in mainstream resources. As I love writing historical fiction, this series has been very helpful to me in boosting my knowledge of American history – a portion of history that I personally find fascinating!
That’s all for this week! Come back next week for the fourth and final week of the photo challenge. If you fancy joining in, it’s not too late! Check out this post from Behind the Pen to find out how you can participate. 🙂