What is your writing space like? This is a picture of mine. Sometimes I imagine it a hundred years from now, in the Jan Morrill Museum with a sign that reads:
This is where Jan Morrill wrote her seventeen bestselling novels.
Pardon this fiction-writer’s escape into the realm of (very) creative non-fiction.
Things I love about my writing space:
1) It has most everything I need in a relatively small space – reference books, the Internet, a laptop, file drawers, a printer, pictures of loved ones, personal treasures, a bulletin board.
2) It has a great view of the Ozarks outside a window that is small enough not to be distracting while I write.
3) I have a comfortable chair from which to type or read . . . and re-read . . . and re-read my manuscripts.
Things I would change about my writing space:
1) I would put a door on it. Sometimes I am distracted – by the television, my dogs, my husband.
2) I wish the Internet was faster and more reliable – but then, I might not get as much writing done.
3) Since I am a writer and can create my own fantasy world, I wish my writer’s space would clean and organize itself.
Tell me about your space – your likes and dislikes. Email a picture to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll post it on this blog!
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