Writing Associations


Writing Associations

Writing Association

I don’t mean groups, but how we hear a story or a name and link them.

I was watching on TV “Turn of the screw,” and the first thing that came to mind was Henry James, the author.

This got me thinking how many times we do it.

There are obvious cases where an author is known either for many stories as Edgar Allan Poe is.

Or like Conan Doyle for the Sherlock Holmes series.

Here are a few examples that came to mind.

Those are a few that come to mind, there has to be an enormous list that if I had the time, I could compile.

This got another chain of thought running if you got well known.

How would you want to be remembered?
For me, it would be my Chronicles or Pat Canella series.

As a postscript. Of no monetary value but good for a curio, I have a copy of a pre-published Jack Higgins novel “Sheba,” I know it is pre-published as there are marks where the maps would go and editorial notes in the margins.

  1. Avatar of Paula Shene
    Paula Shene says

    Now I must check and see if he’s actually published that book you hold in hand. Remember for my writing – it would be my kids series in raising awareness for animal welfare – The Chronicles of The K-9 Boys and Girls on Locus Street with Mandy The Alpha Dog leading the pack.

  2. Avatar of Andrew J. Sacks
    Andrew J. Sacks says

    Alan, yes, there are MANY varieties of associations. Thank you for posting!

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