My Writing Nest

Famous Writer’s Rooms 

Above I have included a fascinating look into the writing spaces of some authors you may know. Writers’/ Artists’ spaces have always inspired me. There is something very personal about a place where creativity is nurtured.

One week in the new house at the coast. Finally I have finished with my writing nest. It is filled with all the things that inspire me. This is my place of refuge. As promised, here are some pictures of my writing nest. What do you fill your writing nest with?

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 – My Memory table with my favourite lazyboy armchair. This is my spot for reading and ruminating – ever good writing nest needs one of these. (the cute black and white creature is my gorgeous papillon, Jazz – the dancing pup)

 My lovely roll top desk – now in its perfect place – and my ergonomically designed chair.

Pictures on the wall are of my creative home of inspiration – Greece.

My new writing mascot, the tiger (Gary Pinkleton) – named and gifted by my brother. My scented candles. (Red – Spiced Apple and Cinnamon, White – Wild Apple & Milk/Honey) 

 My ever present writing mascot – the pink troll (he holds a little sign that says “nobody is perfect”)

Thanks for visiting. Now excuse me while I ask you to leave so that I can close the door to my writing nest and get to hatching some new words.

Kim

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