Head space body space

August 28, 2008 at 1:25 pm 2 comments

Couple of links to views of writing rooms. Wonderfully intimate.



Can you tell I’m jealous? If anyone would like to share their writing space, email me a pic and I’ll put it up, or you can gak the links and add them plus your own pic to your blog. Some of you might’ve done the peek show already.

I’d like to know why you designed your space thus. The Feng Shui aspects would be interesting.

[Edited to add] Link to a Writers’ Rooms site from Vancouver, Canada.  More great pics and commentary.  Thanks, Karina.



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  • 1. karina  |  August 29, 2008 at 2:28 am

    Okay. This is really weird. Guess what I linked to on my blog today? Writers’ Rooms. Yup. Do we have some mental link now? Maybe we should think about collaborative writing and go for the Best Duo gold medal. Oh, and my writing space sucks right now. I’m considering moving to the library next week. If only Vancouver wasn’t so rainy, then maybe I wouldn’t be so afraid of taking my poor MacBook out of the apartment.

  • 2. evecho  |  August 29, 2008 at 2:39 am

    How funny is that?! Love the link, I’ll add it to the two already up.
    Dunno about collaborative writing but let’s talk 🙂


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