Monday, April 16, 2012

M is for Maps

Maybe it's because I write contemporary, so my stories are set in the real world, but I spend a lot of time looking at maps.  I like to browse the neighborhoods where I imagine my stories taking place.  I route out travel times between sites, so I don't make my journeys too short or too long.

It could be that realism matters to me, or it could be that I've come up with a great way to procrastinate.  Either way I say upon you:

Hail, Google Maps!


And now a map for your viewing pleasure:


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