Tags » Writing Spots

Tourist Tuesday

One of my favorite trees is the weeping willow. Not only is it a great tree to read, write, and relax under…

It also sparks so many scenes in my writing. 29 more words

Tourist Tuesday

Where in the World Can I Write?

The other day, I was walking around Paris, looking for a good coffee shop in which I could chip away at my novel.

And then suddenly, I remembered an adorable café I’d visited on a previous trip to the city. 331 more words


The Write Place #8: Melissa Gorzelanczyk

The white door snaps in place and gives a firming shudder. If I’m standing close, I can still feel the air shifting on my cheeks. I reach for my yoga mat and ease into lotus pose with a mug of hot coffee. 427 more words

The Write Place #7: Taylor Jenkins Reid

I write from home every day, so I have made a concerted effort to create a workspace that I don’t go into unless I’m working. I make sure to do all of my work in there. 246 more words

The Write Place #6: Kristin Durfee

When it comes to writing, I am a bit of a hermit. I tend to write in my office (I am lucky enough to have a separate one) or on my couch now that I finally got with the 21st century and got a laptop. 426 more words

The Write Place #5: Jenny Torres Sanchez

I mostly write at my local Starbucks for three to four hours in the morning. Grande Americano with water brought to the bottom of the shots line. 593 more words

The Write Place #4: Charlotte Huang

I’m writing this post from the driver’s seat of my car, which is parked outside the field where my sons practice soccer. It’s one of the three places that I regularly write. 388 more words