. . . to take pictures of books that I might want to read/buy/investigate further
|This one, of course, goes in the|
Operation Yes/fun improv ideas pile
. . . to save bits of interesting language
|Old-timey advertisement at Cracker Barrel.|
I zoomed in because . . .
|. . . the "Tally-ho horn" made me laugh.|
One of my characters might need a tally-ho horn one day.
. . . to provide writing inspiration
|Come on, isn't "bring 'em back alive" a pertinent reminder|
not to overwork your revision? Or to go out there and nab
a great story in the first place?
. . . to marvel at how things in my books are essential to people's daily lives
|That's right. Banana pudding (featured in Operation Yes)|
is so popular and valued that there is a whole DAY devoted to it.
. . . to record critical details, such as who I am.
What writerly things do you use your camera for?