|When I saw this whiskey I |
couldn't resist it. I haven't
sampled it - yet.
You see a lot of posts and articles about 'Where I write.' talking about one room - but what about the whole house?
So - a tongue in cheek list of the things that might tell you that this is a writer's home.
Computer - these days you need one of those for manuscripts, communication, looking at pictures of kittens and other research. There may be more than one. Plus a smart phone, tablet, e-book reader. Writers do their bit for the technology industries. Some go for state of the art - all mine are oldies - but as long as they work ...
Stationery - now I am old-fashioned and write with pen and ink, well, ball point. But you will probably find post-it notes, envelopes, notebooks, paper clips, ring binders. An awful lot of authors have a bit of a habit when it comes to paper products in particular.
Feline/canine assistant. To interfere with production of manuscripts, to encourage exercise on a regular basis, to provided cute/amusing/heart-rending clips for social media.
Tea/coffee for opening of eyes in the morning
Chocolate - sustenance, reward, comfort when the hero stalks off in a huff and refuses to come back or yet another rejection letter drops through the letter box.
Alcohol - for celebration or consoling of sorrows.
I DID say it was tongue in cheek.