Authors write in all sorts of places, I discovered when I invited some of my writer friends to submit photos of their work spaces.
Some travel light, like mystery writer Emily Kimelman who is living a lifestyle of constant travel, and some like a traditional work area, like David Swinson, surrounded by books. Some take their laptops and escape to hotel rooms to focus, like Steena Holmes, and some write with multiple screens around them and piles of reference materials like Claude Bouchard. Whatever the setting, the important thing is getting those words down. Hope you enjoy this glimpse of a variety of writing styles as much as I did gathering them! Here are links to these fabulous writers' author pages on Amazon so you can check out the stories they weave from their special spots.
Mahalo, Toby. Writing right now. Somehow the buzz of the coffee house, the music (a wonderful world right now with ukulele) and the humanity of a Saturday morning gets me going
Thanks for this post. It’s interesting to see people’s different styles.
I have a writing cave. But I never write my books there. I process photos, do email, social media, blog posts – but when I write my books, I sit in the dining room. I think it’s a) a different setting for a different mood and b) the computer in my office is a Mac – and I prefer to use Word on Windows to write.