Romance Writers Weekly – A Space To Create

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Welcome to the romance Writers Weekly blog hop, where every week a great group of romance writers answer questions and accept challenges. Diverse in what we write, we are unified in the quest to bring you, the romance reader, a very happy ever after.

You can join us daily on our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/RomanceWritersWeekly/

 

If you’ve just hopped over from Carrie Elks blog or are starting your hop here, welcome.

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Coming Down by Carrie Elks.

And check out Carrie’s’s wonderful contemporary romance novel, Coming Down:

Today’s topic comes from Brenda Margriet – Describe your perfect writing space/retreat. Do you need hustle and bustle or peace and quiet? Coffee shop or secluded cabin?

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Click picture to check out When Time Falls Still by Brenda Margriet.

I’m lucky enough to have my perfect writing space right in my home. My desk, bookshelves, computer with two displays, and coffee, tea, and food right down the hall in the kitchen. I’m not one for noisy, I usually don’t even play music. I need quiet to listen to my characters. Sometimes they talk very quietly.

 

My workspace.

My workspace.

So where is Marc Stevens‘ perfect writing space? Stop by his blog at https://marcstevenserotica.wordpress.com/ to find out as the Romance Writers Weekly Blog Hop continues.

And check out Marc’s fun and sexy novella, Suburban Spies in the Cherished Secrets anthology:

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Check out Suburban Spies by Marc Stevens.

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