Where do you write?

📝 This Week’s Goal: Find one way to update your writing space to reduce distraction and inspire creativity.

In a year when most of us were confined to our homes, our writing environments might have changed quite a bit. Where coffee shops and coworking spaces may have once been bastions of inspiration, life is different in 2020.

We can all find encouragement that most authors interviewed for Write Now write from home. Andy Weir writes in a spare bedroom while Sarah Knight writes overlooking her pool. In a truly curious move, Clyve Rose writes in her bathroom!

There is no right or wrong place to write. Find a place that is comfortable and inspiring. And, if you do write in the bathroom, at least make sure it’s clean.

💬 Where do you write? Leave a comment and let us know. If you’re fearless, share a picture!

👀 Read more from The Writing Cooperative on writing spaces:

How I Write From Home by Justin CoxRead Story >>

Write Where You Are by Charlotte R DixonRead Story >>

What Mark Twain’s Writing Space Can Teach Us About Workflow by Gavin HurleyRead Story >>

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  • December 23, 2020
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