Friday, November 4, 2011

Harmony!

When writing a book, so many things have to come together: Plot, character arc, setting, voice--and it has to blend into a harmonious vibration that rings true. Like a song.

One of the advantages to a writing group is that you you find people who "get" you as a writer--people to bounce ideas off of and to collaborate with. And sometimes this kind of symbiotic relationship fosters a harmony and synergy that can really be bonding--and FUN!

A few of us in Writers Cubed realized that we like to sing together and have had the opportunity to perform together. Here we are doing our thing ... wish I had a nice mic to capture our sweet blends!



We all have a different voice and style-- but together it somehow works! Speaking of harmony-- here is our Writers Cubed compilation, THE STORM -- now available for kindle!
We all wrote a short story based on the scenario of a freak storm in the Bay Area of California. Enjoy!




12 comments:

Candyland said...

*love*

Melanie said...

beautiful individuals, absolutely breath taking as a team. Love your message, love you. Can't wait to love the book :-)

Roland D. Yeomans said...

Loved your group sound. It made me smile after driving a 350 mile rare blood run. Thanks, Roland

Lois D. Brown said...

Those are my girls. Beautiful

Medeia Sharif said...

Wonderful video. :) I'd love to read The Storm. I'll put it on my wish list.

Mark and Kiss said...

I am a believer!!! So so so love it. Wish I could be a part of that creativity. Doing my own thing here and feeling good about it....

Jemi Fraser said...

Beautiful harmonies - really beautiful! :)

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Congratulations on The Storm!

Susan Fields said...

What an amazing group you have there!

Talli Roland said...

Lovely voices! How lucky you all are to have found each other.

Shannon Lawrence said...

You all sound wonderful together! Very pretty. And what a great/fun writer's group!

Wendy G. Ewurum said...

You guys are ROCKSTARS Jo, this was really awesome. I think you should wrap it up and sell it LOL.....very talented peeps there