Pinterest as a Writing Tool

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I am a very visual person and “Flower Girl” is an explosion of color.  I use Pinterest to find outfits my characters would actually wear, how they would decorate their apartments, even things they might say.  It helps me to be stay true to my mental picture and it is also a hell of a lot of fun for me.  I have Pinterest Boards not only for each book, but some of my characters have their own Boards!  Wouldn’t you love to guess what William would pin?  Books, quotes, a bit of male fashion, and some sexy erotic photos.  And Tracy’s is covered with writing tips and flowers, as well as fashion.

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