How many of us complain we have nowhere to write?
Just look at how small Jane Austen's desk was compared to so many well known authors. It made us gasp with mirth at the tiny space.
My own desk is a mess of papers with hardly room to toss a thought about.
Sometimes I like to write freehand in the conservatory in a notepad at others I'll scribble away happily while seated on a train.
I guess it doesn't matter where we write but that we do!
So what stops you from writing?
What stops me is sharing a small office with hubby when he's playing youtube videos or scuffling about the filing cabinet like a giant gerbil.
If I've been quiet it's because I've been poorly again over the past week or so.
Last night I even dreamt I was tired... I'm trying to catch up again now.
I also had computer network adapter problems. I think I've resolved it by downloading the latest drivers so that I don't get the no or limited connectivity anymore (fingers crossed) I'm also trying to find my hobby room under a pile of papers that need sorting and get back to my novel. How about you?
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