Beth Camp Historical Fiction

Sunday, May 23, 2010

On writing . . .

The greatest surprise is always when the words come. Today, challenged by Carol K. to write three pages, and stuck on that rock of what's next after Standing Stones, and after I told Allen I would not be continuing the story in Australia, the story began again, on a beach near Van Diemen's Land. It's 1842, the Brilliant, a sailing vessel bringing passengers and convicts to Port Arthur, has run aground. Mac and Diedre are safe. The working title: Years of Stone.


  1. From whence do the words come?
    Is it a picture that brings the words?
    A piece of the previous story that runs through your mind?

  2. I love the title! So evocative. It's so nice when the words just start coming!