For writers and authors looking for inspiration for your next book, next story, next blog post, next social post, here are a few sources of inspiration . . . In the music you hear and the songs you sing . . . Through the lens of a camera . . . In a great neighborhood bookstore #writers #writing
"She’s still such a big source of inspiration for me — just the way her mind works, with being able to meld, say, knitting and weaving and macramé all together.” For Nalani, macramé is all in the family. After learning the skill from her mother, she launched Knotty Bloom. Read her story.
By the end of the decade, she had grown weary of writing for children. Her eyesight was failing, and the demands of operating her farm and caring for her aging parents limited the amount of time and attention she could allocate to the production of books. In 1912 however, she brought Peter Rabbit and his kin together for one last time in "The Tale of Mr. Tod".