While I’m writing, I have every detail of each house and space fairly well mapped out in my head.  I often have color-palates and materials chosen as well (otherwise, how could Leah describe what she’s seeing?)  Often, I do a rough sketch of the floor plan to make sure it flows and I’m not describing impossible things.  Usually, however, those sketches are very rough.  In this case, I sat down one day and drew a much more clean, detailed version of Cecelia’s house because it’s such an important part of both SHIFT and RECAST.  Hopefully this helps give you a good idea of what Leah is talking about as she describes different parts of the books.  And, hopefully, I did an okay job describing it and none of this comes as a huge surprise.  🙂  Enjoy!

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