noun:rev·e·la·tion | \ ˌre-və-ˈlā-shən \
Definition of revelation
1a: an act of revealing or communicating divine truth b: something that is revealed by God to humans 2a: an act of revealing to view or making known b: something that is revealed especially: an enlightening or astonishing disclosure shocking revelations c: a pleasant often enlightening surprise
Joe received an astonishing surprise today. I’m still fascinated by the revelation. This is not unusual. I am frequently enlightened and or surprised by what characters say or do, or reveal. I’m even more delighted and astonished when the voices or images I see whenever I sit down to work eventually culminate in a scene, then chapter, and another, and eventually, a fully-realized story. I’m not quite there, yet. But close.
Oh, so close.
**This is the final Word Wednesday post. Starting next week I’ll be reviewing books on Review Wednesday. **
If you are possessed by an idea, you find it expressed everywhere, you even smell it.Thomas Mann
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