Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Welcome to Foxtrot's world....

So, today as promised I intend to give you all a taste of my crazy novel-child.  But I feel that just giving you a blurb about it, is not enough (because my current "summary" drives me crazy).  Plus they say a picture is worth a thousand words so here's some "words"  about the world in my novel.

For some sound effects...or songs that get me into Foxtrot's head you can look up the song Still Here by Superchick, Thistle and Weeds by Mumford and Sons, or Down by Jason Walker. (yeah, all those sound real uplifting...right?)


So this is where Foxtrot lives.

This is what the center of her city looks like.

Worst possible out come....you could get infected.

Could there be a cure...


Above all else, one thing that can keep you safe.

So that's a little bit about the world my characters run around in.  I'm pretty sure it's not a place I want to live, but I seem to be spending quite a bit of time there.  My characters make it bearable.

Anyone else feel like sharing a bit about their novel world? (you can share en comments or do your own blog and leave me a link) 

3 comments:

  1. Ohmygosh that's so cool! This looks like my kind of world. For KtLO, I've been amassing inspiration pics for a private Tumblr...not sure I'm ready to share at the moment, but pictures are a BIG part of my imaginative process. Which is funny because I'm not a visual learner. But seeing these pictures already made me feel like I have a great sense of your world!

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  2. Awesome! Thanks for sharing :-)

    I may not be as visual as you, but for me the bunker/barracks/hospital shot really solidified my idea of what his world is like.

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  3. Annalise---okay fill me in, cause I'm sometimes internet illiterate, what is a tumbler? I worked at a china shop for years and all I can think of is a small glass. I actually am not a big person in the whole picture thing but I thought it would be a good blog post.

    Mel---no problem, I love to share. That shot is amazing, very unified and barren, just like the world.

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