I’ve been doing a bit of research on Synesthesia especially trying to find examples (which is proving difficult) and create my own (which is even more difficult lol).

So far, my list is:

A saxophone sound of midnight
The taste of yesterday
Violet hour (TS Eliot)
Brassy blonde
Buttery sun
A lilac whisper
The silent sun

I cant possibly imagine what it must be like to actually suffer from Synesthesia, but there are many famous people who have, and do, and it seems to have added to their talent.

A bit of a link fest lol…….

Thanks to Victoria Mixon I have now added another 2 books to my Amazon wish list. I really shouldn’t read posts like that lol

I love What The Dickens as they produce an online magazine that you can download on Kindle, and also have this lovely shop! I will be buying something lol

Third and final link (you’re relieved aren’t you?) is from a fellow Maidstone Writer on our FaceBook page. Storybook looks really interesting. So I’m waiting with baited breath to hear what the general consensus is before I download it.

Yesterday’s prompt about counting breaths didn’t actually get done lol….but I have a really good excuse…..I spent most of the day going through all my short stories and typing some of them up 🙂 today’s prompt is the skin on her cheek and I already have some ideas 😉

2 thoughts on “Synesthesia

  1. I’ve always seen days of the weeks as colours and some other words. I was quite old before I found out it is an actual condition. There is a word and I can’t remember what it is. But if you say it to my brother he can taste cherry fizzy drink. Strange condition.


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