Follow Hanne-col's board Lee. on Pinterest.
First, I would like to share the board I created for my big project of last year and the first half of this year: The Letters of Lee Ames. My second completed novel, this story is near and dear to my heart. Not to mention, a thousand times better than my first completed novel. Someday in the near future, I need to set about the mountainous task of editing and rewriting.
Follow Hanne-col's board My WWI Novel on Pinterest.
The Point of No Return is my WWI suspense/thriller that might be better off if I stopped worrying so much about the suspense/thriller tone and just wrote it as straight historical fiction. *clears throat* Yes. I believe I'm overthinking this one far too much.
Follow Hanne-col's board great depression novel ideas on Pinterest.
Summer in Great Depression era Texas is the setting for Finding Home. This board is quite probably my largest storyboard and I have a very definite ideas of how this one needs to come together, though its plot has a somewhat vague middle that needs sorting.
Follow Hanne-col's board The Gunfighter - a short story on Pinterest.
The Gunfighter is a western short story bridging almost into novella length that I finished last month. I'm currently editing it as a side project. This story has become rather near and dear to my heart, especially the characters. Truthfully though, all my characters from all my stories are dear to my heart.
A bonus feature in this event is to share a few Pinterest storyboards that you like from other authors. One of my personal favorites is Elisabeth Grace Foley's Lost Lake House, while Emily Ann Putzke's Twenty-Eight Days has me excited for that story, and I mustn't forget to mention Joy's A Love That Never Fails board and her Twelfth Caller Home board, which has just recently become a favorite. I could mention numerous others but I have to rein in at some point, so I had better stop before I really get started.
So, what are some of your favorite Pinterest storyboards? And do visit Elisabeth Grace Foley's post and join in the writerly fun!