GENREALITY


June 8th, 2012 by Sasha White
What do you see?

Sometimes inspirations comes on hard, and fast. You can sit down and the words just flow, as if you’re a psychic channeling the characters in your stores. Other times I can sit in front of a blank page for hours and nothing will happen. This is when I know I need to search out something to get my juices flowing. I often like to use images for this, so I thought I’d share with you, and see if you want to share with me.

Example: I saw this image online, and I just stared at it. She could easily be a character in any story, any genre, any style…and what I see you might not..what we see depends on our own imagination…so when you look at this…. what do you see?

Who is she? Why is she dressed like that? What is she thinking?

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4 comments to “What do you see?”

  1. Laurie Kap
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     · June 8th, 2012 at 6:27 pm · Link

    I see a woman wanting to be the right woman for someone special but unsure of her beauty and abilities. She’s tentative even though she knows she looks sexy…is it enough.will it be what she needs and wants and is she enough for her lover.



  2. Sasha White
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     · June 8th, 2012 at 9:41 pm · Link

    Nice, Laurie. :mrgreen:



  3. A. McKay
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     · June 8th, 2012 at 9:54 pm · Link

    I see a woman acting shy to lure in the enemy. She is a spy and her head is bent because she is being talked to in a ear piece. She is waiting for her cue, perhaps her first mission. She hides under her skirt a silent gun that is under her left hand. She seems not sure if it is hidden enough. She trying to cover it up with putting her other hand there even though she knows she can kill, who to killl, but does he know already? :roll:



  4. Sasha White
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     · June 9th, 2012 at 1:51 pm · Link

    I like the sexy assassin angle. :) Nice job!



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