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.

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