Blog Post #1 – Where do you write?

Where do you write?

Welcome to the blog post prompt for this week. If you’re blogging along this week, or coming back another time to join in, please add your link in the comments so we can check out your blog too. If you add a link, please visit one or two of the other links and add a comment.

Many readers like to know where their favourite books are created. There’s something magical about the place where words meet the paper and characters come to life on the page.

If you’re anything like me, you’ll have a number of different places where you write – a local coffee shop, the library, on the couch in the lounge room, in the lunch room at work.

For this blog post, take a photo of where you write. It could be your main writing place, or somewhere else that is significant. It could be the place your last book was written or the place where you observed someone who then became a major player in one of your stories. Before taking the photo, you may want to style it a bit. I know I’ll be removing any dirty coffee cups and out of date school notices from my space!

Along with the photo, blog about it and tell your reader why you write there and anything else you want to share about this writing space. You may want to include some interesting facts about it. For example, my laptop lives on a wooden table I grew up with.

If you are using this prompt on your blog, add your link in the comments. I look forward to checking out your writing spaces.

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  1. No pictures yet. My ‘space’ is still under construction. I’m finally turning my son’s room into an office. (We babysat his daughter overnight for the weekend, I don’t think he’ll be coming back!) 🙂

  2. I have a tiny desk piled high with uni papers and half-written pages. It’s comfy though and everything is within reach at least. Here’s a link to the post:!The-Perfect-Writing-Space/cpc1/14207AD3-9373-47A8-8454-783DAA678A6D
    Wow…sorry it’s so long. I look forward to checking out other people’s writing spaces. 🙂

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