So I don’t have a door…I have plenty of space to write…too much space, too
many places to set up my computer and write…nice places with plants, and
windows, and a deck…etc. Sometimes it is a problem. I wish I had that one
singular space that was all mine, a space I wouldn’t have to share…a space with
“The space can be humble (probably should be…) and it really needs only one thing:
a door which you are willing to shut.
The closed door is your way of telling the world and yourself that you mean
business; you have made a serious commitment to write and intend to
walk the walk as well as talk the talk.” ~ another quote by Stephen King
Yeah, I live the interrupted writer’s life. I had to stop three times while I was writing yesterday’s post for this blog. Seriously, I do think I need a door.
The writer’s space above is Joanna Briscoe’s. She’s got a door. I bet she shuts it.
Three basic writer’s needs: (especially when into the first draft…the muse, diving into inspiration)
the determination to close it
and your writing goal