Tristan Bancks (author, actor, filmmaker, blogger, world changer and general nice guy) is currently doing a “Writer’s Studio” special on his blog. Each week he’s profiling a guest author, having them speak about their writing space: how important it is to them, how it’s evolved and even making them provide photo evidence (suddenly writers around Australia have much cleaner offices).
This week I’ve appeared on his blog. Click here to hop on over for a peek into the decorated interior of my writerly habits.
Here’s a sneaky rabbit peek at the interview:
I wrote my latest book in a number of different places – in my mind, my office, my living room, my local coffee shop, my car. It’s a picture book, so I often write little bits on scraps of paper and scribble images on napkins, but then I do more formal work in my office at home. The space I write in is incredibly important to me – I believe physical space is as important in writing as mental space.
He’s already profiled a number of fabulous authors. Make sure to check out: