"Fiction is like a spider's web, attached ever so lightly perhaps,
but still attached to life at all four corners." --Virginia Woolf
I ran across this quote recently and found myself thinking about it off and on. It's true, isn't it, how glimpses into fictional lives often link insights to our own?
The spider web imagery continues in the writer's world: weaving plot threads, designing story threads, creating word threads, catching ideas in the web of threads.
How about the writer who is hanging on by a thread?
Hope that's not your case! Happy weekend, all.