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Tools to help you write (pen excluded)

Listening to a great song can make you run up a hill faster. Silence can focus your concentration during an exam. And candlelight can bolster romantic feelings during a special dinner. 412 more words



Reading through this months Texas Monthly (just about the best magazine around) and there is an interview/article with Texas writing legend Larry McMurtry. The piece begins with this mesmerizing description of his writing space. 117 more words


Building small projects - Fine Woodworking (8.5/10)

Another great Fine Woodworking book focusing this time on smaller projects.


  • Thomas Jefferson’s Writing Desk
  • Mitred boxes
Library Borrowed

Then and Now.

There was an odd sense of comfort.
And yet we couldn’t have been more different.

We had our own world.
It turned out to be a bubble. 66 more words


*Surprise* BOOK NEWS: C'est La Vie...

Bonjour, mes amis! 

If you’ve been following recent social media posts, you’ll know that I’ve been dropping hints about some amazing book news we get to share… First up: in case you’ve already guessed (because it IS a little obvious by the photos) — it has to do with 

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Bookish Things

The Amazon Trail

Emily Dickinson’s Desk

By Lee Lynch

How do gay writers celebrate the end of a book, a poem, a story? I don’t know about Sarah Orne Jewett, Langston Hughes, Willa Cather, or Allen Ginsberg, but after that brief moment of relief, before the serious editorial worrying begins, after my sweetheart takes me for a long walk on the beach and a romantic dinner with a view, I clean my desk. 809 more words

Bold Strokes Books

12. What would you most like to buy?

A writing desk. What? You’re a writer and you don’t have a writing desk? That’s right. Whenever I think about a writing desk I think of Virginia Woolf’s book  246 more words