Where the “Magic” Happens

Welcome to my writing space!

When we built this house in 1995, this room was my stepson’s bedroom. When he moved out ten years later, we converted it into a guest room. But now we have two other guest rooms, so earlier this year … abracadabra! We turned it into my writing space. Also, I do yoga in here a few times a week. And sometimes I just sit in that blue glider/rocker and read to my hearts content.

Dragonflies at Night: More Than a Love Story was released on September 22 of this year. It was written in this little room from 2014-2019, although I had a smaller desk then.  Right now I am committed to coming to this space a minimum of three times a week for 30-60 minutes, as I begin work on my next women’s novel. The working title is “Angel Feathers” but I think that that will change as I discover more of the story.

But I digress… back to my little Writing Room. The walls are a light shade of lavender and the sheer curtains at the window let in plenty of light. The pictures on the walls invite me to open my mind, my heart, and my imagination.

It is a sheer(!) pleasure just to walk into this little room.  When I shut the door, I am happily enclosing myself into my imagination!

Let me know, in the comments below, what you like best about my writing space… or even share a photo of your own writing space, or favorite room in your home. I love to be able to picture where you all are in the world!

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1 thought on “Where the “Magic” Happens”

  1. How lovely to see where The Magic happens. It is the perfect spot to feel peaceful, and be creative all at the same time. I really love the pictures you have on the wall. To me, lavender is a spiritual color yet so calming and dreamy.
    I feel you enter another world when you retreat into this room. This room is full of versatility and inspiration. I love to see the pictures of the ocean when you are in Ogunquit. I know “magic” happens there too. Thank you for sharing these photos.

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