Correspondence to the Imaginary 2


WINTER CLEARANCE (1)

Open Letters to Characters:

I have always loved writing and receiving letters in the mail. I have a really sweet beta reader, who sends me notes in the mail, and I treasure each one.  Do you write letters or have someone in your life that sends you notes or letters in the mail? As a fun activity I sat down and wrote some open letters to my characters. Check out my Letters and let me know what you think.

Letter #1: To the whole cast
Letter #2: To Jason (Syndicate Series) 
Letter #3: To Ellie (Syndicate Series) 
Letter #4: To Alex (Syndicate Series)
Letter #5: To Katherine (Syndicate Series)
Letter #6: To Susan (Summer of ’78)
Letter #7: To Vi (Book Cellar Mystery Series)

I also put together a letter series of postcards and letters between my characters for my Syndicate-Born Trilogy between Jason, Ellie, and Katherine. The letters work well between the first two books in the trilogy.

Letter #1: Dear Ellie (December 2011)

Letter #2: Dear Katherine (December 2011)

Letter #3: Christmas Card Special Edition 

Letter #4: Christmas Card Special Edition #2

Letter #5: Dear Ellie (January 2012)

 


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2 thoughts on “Correspondence to the Imaginary

  • clash royale

    First ooff I want to say wonderful blog! I had a qukck question which
    I’d like to ask if you don’t mind. I was interested to now how you center yourself and
    clear your thoughts prior to writing. I have had a tough
    time clearing my thoughts in getting my ideas out there. I do
    enjoy wrting butt it juszt seems like tthe first 10 to 15 minutes
    are lost simply just trying to figure out how too begin. Any suggestions or tips?

    Kudos!

    • kmhodgeauthor@gmail.com Post author

      Whenever you end a writing session always leave notes for where to start off. That way you can jump right in. I also make it a point to daydream out the writing when I am not writing. It helps to generate ideas during my non-writing hours.