“We’ll be wanting to learn more about fractals.” Thalia slipped on her shoes. “Why?” Calliope asked. “And what’s a fractal?” “I’m not exactly sure,” Tal replied. “That’s why we need research Silly! I have a… feeling… fractals offer us a creative spark for book 4… an opportunity to be unique.”
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Fractals are delightful! And you don't have to do the math yourself, you can get someone else to do the work and just enjoy the results!
Thought provoking! I’m fascinated by the expressed notion of tying fractals to Book Four?! For now, the farmers’ market sounds doable... 🙃
Very interesting article. And for me and being pulled in a direction. I still question myself and this writing direction. Is writing fiction where I'm supposed to go? I enjoy it but do people read fiction anymore? I have come across many fiction writers out there, but here on Substack, the majority write in a way that includes personal life or how to newsletters. I find my personal life to be boring so I write fiction.
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