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UK Writers’ Rooms

8. October 2008

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The Guardian UK has an interesting series online, featuring photographs of writers’ rooms. The series includes authors such as Roald Dahl (who famously writes in his back garden shed), George Bernard Shaw and Rudyard Kipling, along with many others. One of our UK Writing Magazines also has the final page of each edition dedicated to [...]

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Writer’s Rituals – Northern Ireland

17. September 2008

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Here’s a quicklink to a BBC News item online, from April 2008. I always find it fascinating how other writer’s write – this article interviews a few Irish writers about their rituals. Link : ‘Writuals’ – Scribes Reveal Daily Routines

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Writing Habits of Amazing Writers

4. September 2008


Leo Babauta, on his Write to Done blog, lists seven writing habits of some famous writers. Some are slightly outdated – as in Truman Capote, who wrote in bed, including with a typewriter(!). Leo also lists several authors who are obvious morning people, and then there’s Stephen King, who insists he writes ten pages every [...]

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