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Ernest Hemingway said there is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed. And this is true. The words pour from our hearts, and we obsess and toil over every word and how it’s delivered. However, where you put that typewriter before you begin to hemorrhage is very important. Our writing space is our sanctuary…even when we’re bleeding onto the page.
Some writers can concentrate anywhere. When the words come, sometimes you just have to grab them. I’m a little fussy. I can’t deal with noise and chatter around me. I don’t listen to music or like the television on in the background. I prefer a writing bubble.
While I’ve written in pretty locations—my parents' place by a quiet lake in Maine, my best friend’s house on the beach in Southern California—my favorite spot is in my office at home, surrounded by the things that inspire me.
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