I’m finally getting to this, but I was tagged by Leigh Michaels to show my writer’s workspace. Sometimes I can write pretty much anywhere as long as there’s a good environment, like in my spot on the bed or on the couch. I have a hard time with distractions, so couch-writing doesn’t seem to work out much anymore, especially with the TV on or the husband trying to make conversation. Writing is like reading to me, which means I dive into another world. Only my body is left in the real world after that… You might as well talk to a tree.
My main space is my studio. It’s our second bedroom in the townhome. It was always meant to be mine since hubby took over the basement for his mancave, and that’s fine. The house came with pink carpet in this second bedroom, which really seemed to fit me.
Here are some shots. 🙂
Being an artist and writer takes up a lot of space, let me tell you, but I guarantee everything is organized!
Surrounded by books, books, and more books. And fannish things. It feels like home…
More books and my helpers. Malachy in front, my schnauzer/beagle mutt, and then Whiskey, beagle, on the go.
And then the computer where all the writing happens. It’s hard to tell but I have my self-publishing manifesto framed on the right. Marilyn Monroe graces my walls. It’s more of the “Marilyn Room” than my studio, but she was so ahead of her time, so independant and carefree, that she inspires me.
This is where 90% of my writing happens. I can shut the door, put on Spotify, and with sleeping guard dogs at my feet, I can travel into other worlds.
I’d love to tag Aether House for this. And anyone else who wants to do it and follows my blog.
Looks like I caught a virus. I think that it’s finally getting out of my system, but things are slow. At least I can properly formulate thoughts now…
Awesome! I’m jealous you have a room with a door LOL. I love seeing all the different spaces and types of inspiration. I definitely need to get some inspiration up around my desk – if I can figure out where to put it! 🙂 Thanks for sharing! Glad you’re on the mend, and hope it keeps getting better quickly.
Thanks! Yeah that door is mandatory. When it’s shut it’s definitely indication I don’t want to be disturbed.
Inspiration on your desk is a must, even if it’s small. 🙂
I love how much creative
Pfft. Mobile sucks. AS I WAS SAYING, ha, I love how much creative energy is in there. All those books! My study is a little less occupied but I’d be happy to share it later this week 😀
Yay, I can’t wait to see it!