Earlier this year I watched ABC's Favorite Movies of Our Time.
I have to admit that I'm a movie nut. Really. I can't get enough of great films, they're like my writing muses for some reason. I guess it's because they are so inspiring. You may not agree with the films and actors, etc. that were picked but the talent is incredible. If I weren't a writer I'd love to have been a film maker.
I'd have to choose REBECCA today. Tomorrow it might be JANE EYRE
The old classics fuel my writing today.
What are a couple of lines that you like in a book of fiction that you are reading now? And tell us who the author is too. Here's my choice. "Heaven banished Lucifer in one air-rending fissure," and, "The mountain plateau lay like an altar, burnt offerings shadowed beneath its smoky pall." These lines are in the first paragraph of Shawn Grady's, Falls Like Lightning.
Maybe this one? Lady and the Tramp
What's your pick?