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Write Place, Write Time: Lydia Netzer
This is the desk where I am working today. I printed out the first 100 pages of my manuscript to ...
Write Place, Write Time: Wiley Cash
This is my office in our home in Morgantown, West Virginia, and this is the desk and chair I’m using ...
Write Place, Write Time: M. F. Bloxam
Seriously, how many modest rooms furnished to soothe and reassure their skittish occupants can we look at before we begin ...
Write Place, Write Time: Ernest Hebert
(Note: Ernest sent a note along with the photo: “The picture, which I took with my phone camera is shaky, ...
Write Place, Write Time: Matt Dojny
I officially started writing my novel (The Festival of Earthly Delights) in April of 2005, although its true origins can ...
Write Place, Write Time: Kathleen Alcott
After years of bookshelves I thought less than beautiful, I finally did something right. These are old library ladders with ...
Write Place, Write Time: Erika Robuck
“There is no friend as loyal as a book.” – Ernest Hemingway I agree with Mr. Hemingway about books, and my writing ...
Write Place, Write Time: Erin Morgenstern
This is, alas, not a proper office. This is a windowless writing cave in an apartment I moved into last ...
Write Place, Write Time: Dani Shapiro
This is my office at home in rural Connecticut. Sometimes I prefer working at home, and sometimes I wish I ...
Write Place, Write Time: Erica Jong
I love to write early in the morning when the whole world is quiet except for the birds. Whether in ...
Write Place, Write Time: Lee Woodruff
This is my office in our cottage on Lake George. It’s paneled in warm wood and the shelves are filled ...
Write Place, Write Time: Joe Hill
Note: I’m kicking off this new feature with Joe Hill’s post because he’s contributing to Book Riot’s START HERE project. Check out Kickstarter for ...