Today I don't have a normal writercize for you, as I'm hanging out over at Nutschell's blog, The Writing Nut. Contrary to my norm guest post practice, I don't offer a writercize up over there either, because Nutschell did it for me!
Nutschell wants to know where writers write, what their workspace looks like, and how they get inspired. She features a different writer every week in her Wednesday Writer's Workspace series, and this week it's me!
I'll leave my intro about myself and Nutschell to you, so go ahead and click on over. While you are there, check out Nutschell's veritable encyclopedia of all things writer-related. She is one of the best resources on the net for helping writers navigate the tricky waters of querying, building a platform, editing material, and more. And if you are lucky enough to live in the Los Angeles area, you can see her dynamic teaching style in person at Children's Book Writers of Los Angeles meetings.
So, come on over. Find out a bit more about who I am and why I write, and I'll see you there!
If you'd like to share info about your writer's workspace, let Nutschell know while you're there. She has openings available.
If you still want to do a small traditional writercize here, here you go.
writercize: Share five attributes of your ideal desk space. You can focus on the desk itself, items, organizational qualities, room placement, even geographic location. Whatever you like!