Writing middle grade fantasy, contemporary Young Adult, nonfiction for the school library market, and the occasional Picture Book.
Ohhh, that is a really good question...I think I might have to give that some serious thought because I don't know if I do and if I do, it must be hidden pretty well, even from me!
great blog...so nice to meet you..ELiza Keating
Thanks Tracy and Eliza! Nice to 'meet' you!
I bet a lot of writers hide little personal jokes in their writing. I think it's great. Especially when only a few people know about it. That's neat the detail with all the Mickeys.
I have at least one "inside" joke that runs through every single one of my novels, in the form of variants on a name. ;)
Great blog! I don't think I have anything hidden in mine. May be something to think about.
The next time I go to Orlando, I'll me more observant of these hidden Mickeys.I don't think I'm hiding anything. Well, maybe I am. This is something to ponder.
I hide myself in my writing. In both the protagonist and the antagonist. I can live my life through and do things that would normally get me arrested LOL!
Yes, even in the sewers is Mike, clear that for a mouse that is not unusual.
This is such a great point, Kris. I love hiding (and finding) easter eggs in writing. When I write, all the minor characters share names and mannerisms with real friends. There are even hidden commentaries on Twilight and life in Boston. Stuff that no one but me will ever get, but it's still so fun.You must have a million secrets in the Sweet Spot, since the story is so tied to your teenagehood experiences.
I hide a lot of things in my writing, but if I told, it would be like seeing the movie before reading the book - you'd know what happens. ;)
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