Do you love your writing space? Tell me about it!

Writers! Tell us about your writing space.

We are working on an article about writers and their writing spaces and we need your input.

Where do you write? Do you have a dedicated home office with a desk and a chair? Is your “office” tucked in a corner of another room–or a closet? Do you write at your dining room table, on the sofa, or in bed? Do you prefer to write in public spaces–coffeeshop? library? outdoors?

Do you have a window with an inspiring view? Have you filled a blank wall with an inspiration board or photos? Is your space minimalist or filled with talismans? What do you love about your writing space? What would you change if you could?

Send a photo of your writing space along with a paragraph or two describing it and its influence on your writing to beaver[at]toasted-cheese.com with the subject line “AB – My Writing Space.”

If there is enough interest, this may become a series.

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5 thoughts on “Do you love your writing space? Tell me about it!

  1. kingmidget

    So, I’m intrigued by this and have two dilemmas. One you can help with, the other I’ll save for when I send you something. First dilemma — picture of said space with writer in it or without writer? Or do you care?

    1. Theryn Post author

      The focus of the photo should be the space. So no to photos of grinning writer with the writing space merely as background. That said, if the writer is in the photo in an unobtrusive way, that would be ok. You’re welcome to send more than one photo (but I’ll only pick one).

      1. kingmidget

        Well that somewhat address my second dilemma. I don’t necessarily have a “space.” I write wherever my laptop and I happen to be. And sometimes even where I am with a pad of paper. Will send you a series of pictures and an explanation for you to use as you wish.

        1. Theryn Post author

          If you write in the wild, it could be a photo of your favorite spot, or it could be a close-up of your laptop or notebook, or it could be a shot of what you see from one of the places you write (like the view out the window or whatever).

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