I have become an armchair traveler.
Before we moved to a farm, my husband and I took vacations.
Our carefree, wandering days have been replaced by egg gathering, fence mending, and bottle feeding newborn lambs and kids.
When I wrote Acquainted With the Night, the book swept me back to places I loved.
My job involves sitting in one place for hours (and maybe eating too much chocolate) ...
... but I'm not in that chair.
I'm re-imagining beloved places and fitting them into a fictional world.
Solitude Vs Everything Else (Piper interviews authors about difficulties in the writing journey)