The lovely people at Novelicious.com have published a piece about where I write in their 'writing room' series here. Unfortunately they could only fit in one photo so here are the missing two that they had to edit out. No great loss, I think we can agree. The last photo is the view from my 'old' writing room and has a lot to do with why Ursula's Secret took me three years to write.
City flat desk space best described as compact and only for use when no visitors...yes, it's in the corner of the spare room.
Then this little beauty is a folding laptop table from The Futon Company that lets me set up writing camp anywhere I want to - kitchen table, armchair, bed. It even has a drawer tucked underneath - love it.
I used to spend hours of writing time just losing myself in this wonderful view. Fabulous for soothing any jangling nerves but not so great for productivity. But hey, what is this life if, full of care, we have no time to sit and stare. (Apologies to William Henry Davies.)
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