I have no idea why, but I cannot stand reblogging. It may have something to do with the way it throws off the uniformity of my blog, or maybe the fact that I don’t wanna cheat the originator out of their views, maybe a hundred other things, dunno, but I just can’t bring myself to hit that button.
(Did it once. Regret it to this day.)
Jay Dee has an awesome new feature on his blog, I Read Encyclopedias for Fun, where a group of authors ten deep – to include myself – answers writerly and creative-type questions.
This week, it’s: If you could design your dream writing studio/office, what would it be like?
My answer was, I need sunlight and a wide open space, a desk near a huge window, a comfy chair. A TV behind me, in case I need to Netflix or game some frustration out during the writing process. A good AC system because sunlight = heat. And a shelving system of some sort to catalogue my books and writing notebooks/folders/manuscripts, etc. Pretty much, exactly what I have now. :D
But, if you haven’t checked it out already, you should. The other writers have some pretty brilliant ideas of their ideal writing space.
What’s your ideal writing studio look like?