Living Vicariously

If I’d known before how much fun it was to live vicariously through one’s characters, I’d have gotten involved in writing books years ago.

My life hasn’t held all that many remarkable moments, but my characters’ lives are full of excitement and drama, adventure and romance. And when I’m in their world, I’m totally engaged.

As I nudge the characters in my little romance novel towards a satisfying ending, I’m already pondering where my next characters will take me. Best of all, there’s no virus in their world.

Peace, people.

Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

12 thoughts on “Living Vicariously”

      1. Here’s a copy of yesterday’s Daily Meditation quotation. I say send your character over the bridge into the unknown. There is always a struggle between wanting to preserve one’s life and wanting to truly live.

        Today’s Quotation:

        “You know, we can’t get out of life alive. We can either
        die in the bleachers or die on the field. We might as well
        come down on the field and go for it!”

        Les Brown

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  1. Lol…I would not want to dream of them or the new pairing. That would not be a dream. It would be a nightmare!!!! My characters used to keep me up at nights, fighting, being torture to one another, scoring points. I used to have to put pillows over my ears so I could get some sleep.

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