For Anglophiles

Now on Pinterest

Well, it’s not hard to understand why Pinterest is so much fun and so addictive. Considering one simple picture pin might be worth a thousand words, writers could save ourselves a whole lot of time. Why, just by pinning eighty of the right pictures, in the right order, we could declare our next novel complete!

OK, maybe not, but I’ve still been enjoying my foray into Pinterest and have included some board links in the section of this website which tries to de-mystify British quirks for international readers.

Rather than come up with lengthy descriptions of certain British foods mentioned in my book, I decided pictures were just as good, if not better:

British foods on Pinterest

Then, I wanted to share information about some of the real places from the novel. Again, pictures to the rescue:

British places on Pinterest

And don’t get me started on random British quirkiness!

British quirks on Pinterest

Are you on Pinterest? If so, please let me know so I can follow you there. And if you liked these, you might also want to take a peek at:

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    April 10, 2013 at 12:33 pm

    What a smart way to combine Pinterest with fiction.

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