Monday, November 05, 2007

More on colors

This may sound obvious based on the way I keep changing my blog colors, but I've just had an "Aha!" moment that each of my books does have its own color scheme, and I'd been subconsciously changing the blog to match.

The Murderess's Tale was green and gold, like the embroidered skirt of a noblewoman's gown.

The Weirdest Thing about Jenna was blue (Jenna's color) and black and white, which echoed the theme of balance, as well as a few other related themes. {s}

Ghost Girl is all fall colors: warm oranges and reds and browns. I think that's all coming from Natalie.

Somehow this realization makes me very happy.


Carol A. Spradling said...

Hi Susan,
That's cool that you can see this pattern in your writing. Don't you love those epiphanies? How is the new book coming along?

Cindy said...

I know exactly what you mean, and I think it's very cool.

I'm not sure my WIP has a color, but it is fall-based. I think mine have elements. This one's fire.

Susan Adrian said...

It is very cool, Carol. I love noticing patterns.
The new book is great, thanks! I'm in the swing, over 10%.

Susan Adrian said...


Oooh, elements!! Nice.