Where I Write
A lot of people have this over glamorized image of a writer’s life. Since releasing Stealing the Wolf Prince, I get a lot of questions such as “have you sold a lot of books?” or “when are you going to quit your job?” Uh, since when is this anyone’s business? I have no idea how well my book is selling and I happen to like my day job.
But it made me think about how no one, not even me before I started this journey, knows what an author DOES. (Beside write because that’s a big duh.) So I thought to do a series of posts that might help the general population understand that an authors life isn’t royalty checks and coffee breaks.
So behold my office, which is cohabited by the hubster, but it’s mostly mine. Note the knitting and writing project hard copies on the left, the random post-it reminders all over, and pictures of people I love. This is where the magic happens. Some of you might be thinking, that looks like any old ordinary office and you’d be right but its where I write so that makes it special.
Do you spy anything here that you find odd? Learn something new about me that we might have in common? Leave a comment below and give the post a big ol’ like. I’m off to edit Deceiving the Bandit Lord and write myself some more post-its.