Snow for Halloween



Advice is like snow; the softer it falls, the longer it dwells upon, and the deeper it sinks into, the mind.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge

I've lived in Colorado for eight years and every year it seems we've had snow on Halloween, so it didn't surprise me too much to find it snowing this morning after a 80 degree high yesterday.I like the first snowfall because I have a good reason to stay home and work on my writing or another creative project.
Today write about being trapped in a snowstorm...are you alone? or with your family? Many horror writers have used a snowstorm as a character in their books. What other ways could a snowstorm play a character in your work. Could it bring your family closer together, could you solve a mystery or find a new love? So many possibilities...
Now get back to work!

Lovingly working in the middle of a snow globe,

The Writing Nag