Romance Weekly

on May 3, 2016

This week’s challenge comes from the fabulous Brenda Margriet:

Brenda Margriet

Describe your perfect writing space/retreat. Do you need hustle and bustle or peace and quiet? Coffee shop or secluded cabin?

Quiet, quiet, quiet. Wait, did I say quiet? Yep. No phone, no teenagers wandering around the house holding computers blasting old sitcoms. Not even a husband lurking at my office door thinking that’s not distracting. I love what Nora Roberts said about family disruptions. It better involve blood and by that she means arterial blood.

Now, I am pretty good about tuning out peripheral noise (okay, the earmuffs help), but when the house is empty and the dog is sleeping…perfect!

If I had my choice, though, I would have a small cabin in the woods with a refrigerator full of food. Next to it would be a (forgive the cliché) babbling brook I could wade in when I needed a break. Of course, life being what it is, it would have to be next to my house. Well, not too close. Out of shouting distance. Ah, the things of dreams….

The Dream Dancer

Hey!  I’m having a Goodreads Giveaway for “The Defiant Bride”. Please check it out!

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Let’s see what the incredible Jenna Da Sie thinks is perfect….



One thought on “Romance Weekly”

  1. I like the idea of quiet, but I think it might drive me crazy. I’m too used to writing in chaos!

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