Wow – did you enjoy that blog series, or what??! I love peeking over other writers’ shoulders and seeing where they create.
Judging from all your comments on Twitter and Facebook, it seems you enjoyed the series too. Thank you for all your discussion and involvement. Some of you shared photos of your own writing spaces on Facebook; others wrote blog posts inspired by the series. Here’s one by Justin Woolley on how you can improve your writing by improving where you write: http://justinwoolley.net/blog/2013/9/2/the-write-space-how-you-can-improve-your-writing-by-improving-where-you-write Thanks Justin, I’m glad I inspired you 🙂
What about you? Are you happy with where you write? If you’re thinking about improving your own writing space then, whatever you do, don’t look here or here, because they’re the types of writing spaces beyond the dreams of most writers. Still, they’re pretty! There are also photos of a bunch of famous speculative fiction authors in their writing spaces here.
Personally, I feel that the answer to the perfect writing space lies in wherever you can find the time to write – commuting, while the kids are asleep, in the park during your lunch hour, while a cat is crawling up your back and the whole city trembles in earthquake, bombardment, flood and fire, etc. That last reference is to a cartoon strip that you can find and chuckle over here.
So, to wrap up this series, I have just one question for you…
Whose writing space did you enjoy peeking into most?
Here’s a list of all the writing spaces I’ve featured over the last few weeks, and beneath that some of the writing spaces that readers have posted to Facebook…
Zena Shapter (me!)
Rowena Cory Daniells
Tansy Rayner Roberts
Lisa L Hannett
Donna Maree Hanson
Marianne de Pierres
Thank you also lovely readers, for posting your own photos to Facebook…
So – which is your favourite writing space of the series??! Let me know in the comments below 🙂