Last Call: <em>Far, Far Away</em> by Tom McNeal
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.