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Novel Inspirations: If Only It Were Yesterday

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I want to show you some of the images that inspired characters, buildings, and the overall setting for my latest novel If Only It Were Yesterday. Whether you’ve read the novel or are about to, you might like to see some of the visuals I had in my head.
* I own none of these pictures, except the cover. All others were Pinterest treasures and used only as visual aids and shared only for your enjoyment.

We’ll start with the characters. Obviously, you can see the main character, Liz, on the cover. But here’s a look at who you don’t see.

Liz Characters

Below is something I had in mind for the Eden’s home.

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And this grand home was what I had in mind when I wrote about Grandmother Hillman’s mansion.

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Take a look at Mrs. Eden’s outdoor and indoor garden.

And the following pictures were images of the era that helped inspire me as I was getting emersed in my setting.

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And last but not least: Betty Tanner’s teapot for every day of the week:

Sunday:

Sunday

Monday:

Monday

Tuesday:

Tuesday

Wednesday:

Wednesday

Thursday:

Thursday

Friday:

Friday

Saturday:

Saturday

And a bonus pot for the evenings:

Evening

 

 

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13 thoughts on “Novel Inspirations: If Only It Were Yesterday

  1. Love the inspiration!! Some reason I cannot remember Warren and Harold! πŸ˜€
    I love the teapots! I think all of them are so nice… but the Bonus Pot and Wednesday’s pot are probably my favourites! πŸ˜‰

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    1. Wonderful!! Those are lovely teapots!
      Ahhh Harold and Warren. πŸ™‚ Harold was the one Ruby was in love with and Warren is his brother, the one who was causing problems for them. πŸ˜‰ But we won’t say anything else about them publicly. But we haven’t seen the last of either of them.

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