By the WITS Bloggers
Did you ever wonder, looking at someone, what their house looks like? I have – especially the coworker who leaves her dishes in the office sink overnight. (Yuk.)
A writer’s space is, to us, sacred ground. I have a couple of friends who are going through home remodels right now, so they don’t have an office. Another one I know has her desk set up in the living room, with the TV blaring, kids and dogs running rampant. Both of those scenarios make me shudder. Oh, I know, I’m sure I’d get used to it if I had to. Or maybe there’d be bodies buried in the back yard. Let’s hope we never have to find out.
Well, the WITS bloggers are laying themselves bare to their readers once again . . . this time, we’re sharing what our writer spaces look like. Each of us took photos of the space we write in, and wrote a few descriptors we felt described how we felt about them.
Classical music, organized, quiet, peaceful.
Comfortable, everything within reach, sunny/light, creative, lucky, fave music, homey, happy, kitty friendly.
In the middle of it all, busy and noisy (so I can tune it out), and always with a view of the world and my flowers.
Sharla Rae’s office:
Cozy, Fun, rabbits, expansive, quiet, MINE, inclusive, moods, business, creative, hidey-hole
We found it fascinating…we all write different genres, and our writing spaces are very different. Coincidence? Hmmm.
Your turn. Describe your genre, your writer space, and a few descriptors about how it makes you feel. We could be onto something here!