Where we write can influence what and how well we write. Do you have a special place set up or just go anywhere and begin? I admit I can write wherever, but I’m most comfortable at my custom-created dual-monitor workstation with twin goose-neck lamps and dual cupholders (yes, cupholders). Decor includes scythes over the windows, … More Show Us Your Writing Space!
Authors! What does your writing space look like? Tall desk or wide? Is it secluded? Accessible? Do you keep things around to give you idea or remind you to work? Here’s mine; it sets a mood. Yeah, I’m kinda hyper-organized about my work area. My desk also has TWO cup holders; made ’em myself. And … More What does your “writing space” look like?
If you’re into books, spend time online, and are not familiar with Goodreads.com, I suggest checking it out (my author profile is here). One of the people I’ve met on the site is Rachel, a young adult who is not only ravenous for reading but also reviews young adult (YA) books and interviews YA authors. … More Author Interview Up Rai29 Book Read N Review
I was recently asked to participate in a poll on Goodreads.com about editing, specifically how authors get it done for their work. Responses to the question “Do you use an editor?” included did it all myself, had a friend or relative do it, hired a cheap or expensive editor, used a free website for authors … More Writers On Editing: Don’t Do It All Yourself