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My Writer's Workspace

Wednesday, 6 February 2013

I'm indebted to Nutschell - AKA The Writing Nut - for featuring me in her Writer's Workspace spot today. You can read all about my writing life and see the view from my window here...

15 comments:

  1. Impressively sparse, Simon. God, you should see my space. Also, sometimes, I write in bed.

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    1. I envy you, I really do. Having to get rid of all the clutter first can take an age...

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  2. So happy to have you on my blog today!!

    Nutschell
    www.thewritingnut.com

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  3. I have to do it. Tonight after school I have cooked tea. Rebecca didn't like it. So I have cooked a quick pasta and bacon sauce with her. I have done Joseph's extra spelling work. I have listened to guitar and violin practice. I have finished my string of ten story and submitted it. I have commented on a couple of blogs. I have cleaned the bike for Friday's bikeability test.

    And so on and so forth. Boo hoo. Poor me.

    But how you have a clean desk, that fills me with awe.

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    1. Ah, that all sounds so much like my life! Except I haven't finished or even started my string of ten story...

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  4. I have to look over my shoulder to look out the window and even then, I keep the blinds only half open so I can't totally see out. I'd be staring off over rooftops all day! With your view, I'd be imagining people sitting on that bench, who are they, why are they there... :)

    I would love to have such a neat desk but then where would I put all my notes and scrap paper and pens and dancing solar flower and desk lamp and... :)

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    1. Yes, I keep wondering who those people sitting on my bench are, too...

      I can see that dancing solar flowers are important. Perhaps I need to get some.

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  5. I want your desk space and views please!! Take care
    x

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    1. Heh. Perhaps I should allow people to come and use them...

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  6. Enjoyed seeing your views through the seasons; do you find that they influence the stories you write throughout the year?

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    1. Milo - I think they probably do. I've noticed before how often I write wintry scenes when it's winter etc.

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  7. loved having you on my blog, Simon! Thanks so much for doing the interview :)
    Nutschell
    www.thewritingnut.com

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