The thing is, I don’t have a studio.
Before I adopted a laptop computer, I did most of my writing in a space on the third floor of my house surrounded by books. There was some natural light, but no comfortable view outside to either inspire or distract.
To be honest, I don’t often use a studio to write. What I do have is a pile of notebooks and napkins that are filled with sometimes illegible words that are scrawled at a moment's notice.
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