Where Do You Like to Write?

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This fun article from Writer’s Digest discusses interesting and quirky places famous writers wrote. Some wrote during their work commutes on foot (Wallace Stevens) or by train (John le Carré). Others wrote in a parked Model T Ford (Gertrude Stein), a bathtub (Agatha Christie) and in bed (Edith Wharton, Marcel Proust and James Joyce). Sir Walter Scott wrote his bestselling epic poem “Marmion” while galloping on horseback, and Dame Edith Sitwell reclined in an open coffin to write!

I’ve written in lots of places over the years: at my desk; in a comfy chair; in bed; in cafes; on trains, planes and buses; in the park; on the beach; at work; in hotel rooms; on a ship. I’m not sure if I have one favorite place to write. It depends on my mood and my circumstances — although most of my writing has taken place at home.

Where do you like to write? Is there a special place that helps bring out your creativity?

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