Writers write. It’s a soul deep belief that I hold. Sometimes, however, real life gets in the way of writing. For the last week or so, I’ve been traveling through China.
I love travel. My second tenet is that life is about experiences. So when I got the last minute invitation to spend three weeks in China, I took it.
This writer hasn’t written more than a thousand words in the last ten days, and I’m okay with that.
Creativity is a well, but it’s not endless. Often, I think, it needs to be replenished. Whether that’s with long walks through the woods (my current favorite) or traveling and seeing new experiences, it’s something I have to do.
I’m typing this from Nanjing, China. I’ll leave you with some pictures from the last week of travel. I hope they are as inspiring for you as the visit has been for me.
Sylvie Fox is the author of In Plain Sight, Under Color of Law, Qualified Immunity and The Good Enough Husband. She’s also the author of Unlikely, Impasse, and Shaken from the first three books in the sexy, contemporary L.A. Nights series. Don’t Judge Me, and The Secret Widow from the Judgment series. When she’s not battling traffic on the freeways of Los Angeles, she’s eating her way through Budapest.