Amwriting Adventure, Aysgarth Falls #AtoZchallenge

The adventure – a month’s worth of blogging exploring my writing, research and editing.
Aysgarth falls is a place in one of my novels.  Since these novels are going to get published, and turned into films, being mindful of locations is important.  Aysgarth is already well known and caters well for tourists.  Tee hee…  See, I’m being positive and believing, sort of.
Think about England, Northern England, Yorkshire, a dale within Yorkshire called Wensleydale. The River Ure, as it meanders through Aysgarth in Wensleydale, takes a dramatic route down a wonderful geological site known as Aysgarth falls.  I’ve been there when there’s little water and you can wander along and when there’s torrents of water and you can hear it way before you see it.

Britain’s waterfalls are wonderful and this one melts my heart, mainly because the memories of being there with loved ones and I used to go there when I needed some solace.  In ‘Holiday stories’ John, the main character, takes some visitors there and we find out a bit more about the wider family when the two children are able to wander and explore the outdoors and their own different reactions to it.
My AtoZchallenge posts are about writing, parts of my novels or some research I need to do for them.  I’m not allowing myself to write about anything other than topics linked to the books, my books.  The current titles that I’m writing about are ‘Bags’, ‘Holiday stories’ and ‘Dream gardener’.

There is one non-writing topic I want to mention today, A is also for…. Arlee Bird
Arlee Bird can do everything, founder, great incessantly juggling keeping lots more new opportunities, posing questions, rallying silent troops, understated, valuing wacky ‘xcited (artistic license) yearningly zany.