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One-Liner Wednesday – Stories Colour my World


It occurred to me the other day that the books I listen to seem to affect my colouring. For instance, I added the sombre colours of the birds when listening to a story of Nazi Germany (The Nightingale–great book!).

I started this month listening to Neil Patrick Harris’s amazing Choose your own Autobiography. Here’s a sneak peek. Go figure.

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Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

40 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – Stories Colour my World

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    In our art classes when I was in grammar school, sometimes they’d have us color or draw to music. It’s interesting how the mood of the music changes what colors and images you come up with…

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  15. The mind works in mysterious ways. Good observation.
    Here is my contribution this week:

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  16. Your observation is interesting Linda.


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  19. That’s a good point, what we are reading can have an affect on our mood. “The Autobiography of Linda” will be interesting.


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  24. It’s amazing how our mood affects what we do and what we see. Hope you are all well Linda 🌹🌹


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  26. Music definitely affects your creativity!

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