Sticky #57


Happy Summer Solstice!  I know that today’s sticky is about Spring, but since it’s already been over a hundred degrees here for the past two weeks I must say I’m really missing spring.  The new, bright colors, the rain, the ability to go outside at seven in the morning and take the dogs for a walk without sweating.  Getting my stickies up on time rather than a day late because it’s beach weather.  Cheers to spring!

You know, when I first started the SNS blog, I thought it would be helpful for other writers, to see a bit of the creative process and learn that sticky notes are an essential tool to keep around at all times.  At least I think they are.  But really this blog has been very helpful for me.  It helps me expand on ideas I’ve had and forgotten about, as I re-find the stickies to put up here.  And having the stickies up here helps me to find them quickly and easily.  As long as I know I’m looking for a sticky from Fie Eoin, I can browse all the Fie Eoin stickies to find what I’m looking for.  It’s much quicker than going through all of my notebooks looking for them.

This weekend I got stuck trying to figure out what happened next in Kaye’s timeline.  I knew I wrote a sticky years ago about it, and I remembered putting it on SNS, so I searched through the Fie Eoin category (on the side there, if you want to see all the posts I’ve ever made about Fie Eoin) and found Sticky #30 – a star sticky about Kaye and Timin.  Aha!  Next he hunts some silkies, they have a conversation about Ian’s Cove, and that’s it for the scene.  Now I just have to finish writing it.


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Rebecca Enzor

Rebecca Enzor is a chemist in Charleston, SC who writes Young Adult and New Adult Fantasy and Magical Realism. Repped by Eric Smith of P.S. Literary. Her debut novel, SPEAK THE OCEAN, comes out with Reuts Pub in Fall 2018!

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