An Amazing View: My Writing Station at True Woman ’10

By September 25, 2010 faith, language No Comments

The writing life is mysterious to nonwriters. What do writers do all day, and how do they do it?

Good questions.

Each week, L. L. Barkat’s On, In, and Around Mondays post series invites us to invite our readers into our writing world, to demystify it a bit. Here we pull back the curtain to expose regular people doing their assigned task of observing and diagnosing the world we see through our writing lens.

This week, my writing desk is something a bit special. If you’ve stopped by since Thursday, you already know that I’m at the True Woman conference in Indianapolis, providing blog support. (It’s been a dream!) Over the past few days, I’ve written from the hotel, a conference room, and a hallway.

big screen, bright lights

concentrate, concentrate

can't explain it 🙂

The Exhibit Hall’s media center was a favorite, however—it was right in the middle of the action.

I realize it’s now Saturday . . . can this be considered around Monday and qualify for L. L.’s post series? This post is either a stretch for last week’s entry or it’s really early for this week’s (I’ll let L. L. decide where to drop the link!). Even so, the view here was so exciting, I just had to share it.

So take a peek into my writer’s world. This week, it’s pretty special.

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Where are you writing from this week? L. L. Barkat calls us to “write from where you are, telling what is on, in, around (over, under, near, by, . . .) you.” Check out other posts from this week’s participants.

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