Damn right, dragons!

A reminder: This post courtesy of Julie Jarnagin’s 101 Blog Post Ideas for Writers.

8. Describe your dream writing space

If I had the time, ability, and financial stability to actually make writing my whole career, I would dedicate a whole room to it, a study if you will. I’d paint the walls a nice, warm, chocolate brown, and I’d have big heavy curtains on the window in case I felt like I needed to be in the dark. I’d have a handsome desk – not your average computer desk, but one of those big writing desks that the authors in movies always seem to have, with notes scattered all over the place, a lamp or two, and a laptop or typewriter plunked in the middle. But besides the desk (which would presumably come with an ergonomically correct chair), I’d also have a big, cushy armchair so I could just curl up with a pen and some paper if I wanted. Finally, the walls would be lined with bookshelves, filled with all my favorite books and my dragon figures (because, hey, dragons!).

2 thoughts on “Damn right, dragons!

  1. Sounds like a great writing space. It’s fun to dream of a glorious writing space to just sit back and imagine in. I’d love to have something like your dream-version. That would be superior to my 2 current writing spaces: The bus I ride to and from work, and my parents couch and coffee table. Maybe, I’d be a bit more productive. Or look more writer-ly. I hope someday that you will be able to make a living out of writing. It’s a grand dream worth aiming for. Just like a desk of my own.

    • I hope that someday you have a great writing space and get to utilize it to its fullest as well! My current writing spaces are as miserable as yours…on the plane on the way to my rotation out west, and in my room at camp, where I have no internet to speak of and can hear my neighbor sneezing every ten seconds. lol

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