Virginia Woolf said "Every woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction." Here at Through The Tollbooth we're still working on the money part-- but we each have favorite places to write. Rooms where we write our own fiction and rooms that inspire us to write. Take a look at this one-
Casa Guidi in Florence, Italy. The room where Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barret Browning wrote. Elizabeth's poem Casa Guidi Windows was inspired by her view from this room. Oh bella!
Tami Lewis Brown is in the middle of three huge projects right now, and her office in Washington, DC is more cluttered than the Brownings, but just as inspiring-
"The best parts," she says "are the mementos I've collected from my writer friends. Lots of signed books and children's book illustrations. Like this- an original illustration from my dear friend Laura Kvasnosky's book, Zelda and Ivy: The Runaways
Right now Tami is writing here-Delicious.
Liz Gallagher is a super-writer. And, just like J. K. Rowling, she writes in a coffee shop.
Here's her writing spot-
And here's lovely Liz, ready to create something wonderful.
Where do you like to write?