Last Call: <em>Far, Far Away</em> by Tom McNeal
Words from Far, Far Away by Tom McNeal, Pub Crawl's Book of the Month. Photograph of suitcases used via Creative Commons.
In Far, Far Away, Jeremy is hearing voices. More specifically, a single voice—the ghost of Jacob Grimm, one half of the infamous Brothers Grimm. As Jacob watches over Jeremy, protecting him and the town of Never Better from dark, unknown evils, a girl named Ginger Boultinghouse grows interested in Jeremy's ability. And a grim chain of events begins to unfold...
The quote above got us thinking about travel, and we might argue Jeremy's grandfather on this point. ;) Venturing away from home is a great way to refuel your muse and gather information for future manuscripts. Tell us, where have you traveled for writing inspiration and/or research? What did you discover—besides the fact that you'd brought yourself along—while there?
Like always, leave your answers below, or share longer responses in a blog post on your own blog, linking back to it via the comments.