Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Writers' rooms


Yes, I know, I am not a writer, but I took a picture of the shelves above my desk anyway.
And if you want to see the rooms of real writers, go here.
I admit that when I first visit someone, I'm always taking a look at his (or hers) bookshelves. It tells a lot of someone, no?

7 comments:

Bethgem said...

I like your space. Clean but full of interest if you look closely. I too am always nosily staring at people's "stuff" when I visit them. :) It's so interesting to see what others find appealing.

Marieke said...

I always love peeks in people's workspace! Thanks fot the link.

miroki said...

You are so tidy, I can take an example from you :)

Sabine said...

I am not tidy at all, you can't see the dust on the shelves, nor my desk, with dirty coffee cups and a lot of things that do not belong on a desk!

Andylynne said...

What a nice space to work, something for me to shoot for in the future. Book shelves, one can never have enough.

kOEN said...

You're right, but still... When I look at my bookshelf there are a lot of books representing 'me' (as if ever there was or is a 'me', we're all ever changing without necesarilly taking momentum). Anyway, I'd rather think of people as a sum of their being, their looks, their interest, and so on (am I noble? hahaha.....NOT!). As for the interests, they're not alone, not even a small fraction, on the bookshelf. The interest are on the bookshelf, between the cd's and dvd's, on the walls, in the kitchen, in the small cupboard holding precious things, in the diary (is it called a blog these days?), between their favourites in their browser, in their remarks/reactions on other people's blogs... Makes me a nagging kind of person, rambling on like this. On the bookshelf? Yes, but not alone and not a lot.

vfm4 said...

thank you for the writer's workspace link... :)