Burcell has been scribbling out stories and drawing pictures as long as she can remember. When she's away from her home computer, she has a notebook with her. Down time is writing time, and she has worked on her books in coffee shops, at her desk during breaks, in public parks and in her car.And you? Where do you write? Is it a location of convenience, the ideal spot or just a way to get more words per day done? Leave your writing locations in the comments so we can crowd-source the ultimate list, and I'll report back.
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
This San Francisco Chronicle story about novelist and cop Robin Burcell caught my eye because of, oh, the places she'll apparently write. Burcell, whose latest book is The Bone Chamber, shared how she managed to write seven books over the course of 27 years of police work. Flexibility of location seems to have been a factor. From the article:
Posted by Denise Graveline at Wednesday, January 20, 2010