Writing Inspiration | Mysterious Cats

I am a huge fan of RPGs (such as Dungeons & Dragons) and it makes me laugh when people find images of animals who look like they’re about to give you a quest since that kind of thing happens often in those types of games. (For example, this post on Twitter with pictures of dogs in strange formations.)


I myself loooove cats; I have a lovely cat named Sofie who curls up with me when I’m reading and writing (and sleeping, and doing laundry, and most things… she enjoys being held). I often wonder what she’s thinking (conspiring) about. So, in honor of her, here are some cats who may or may not have a story to tell you.


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Writing Inspiration | Doors

Is there anything more tantalizing than an intricate, gorgeous door? Whenever I see an image of a beautiful door, I swoon a little. Instantly it makes me wonder: what’s behind it? Where is it? Who travels through it?


One of my absolutely favorite books, Daughter of Smoke and Bone, features a door in my absolute favorite city, Prague, and it’s a portal to another realm in which magical creatures live.


I like to think that every door leads to something of intrigue. Do these doors make you want to write stories about them?


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