Well as regular readers to this blog will notice I've had a little bit of a spring clean (I'm striving for it to be spring even if its still snowing as I write this!) and moved some things around as well as changed the overall design. No promises that it will stay like this but I'm going to live with it for a while and see if I'm happy with it.
Since we are now in 2013 and I'm always up to try new things I thought I would introduce my newest addition to the blog Workspace Wednesdays. Every Wednesday I will be featuring a guest and their workspace. For the very first post I would like to introduce Bel Anderson and her workspace - with a little description of it by her.
My workspace may look a bit of a state, but I'm happy here amongst my clutter. You may be able to see that under the table is a plastic toy-box (belonging to my great-nephew) which is ideal to rest my feet on and, better still, I have the radiator right behind me! I love to be surrounded by pretty things (not to be confused with actual mess) and have my special mug from the Canterbury Pottery - only used when writing - my wind-chimes, pottery animals made by my mum on the windowsill and the whole dining table for my notes and writerly clutter. I shut the door to the living room and am nicely cocooned in here until someone comes through for a drink or a snack, but I'm pretty good at picking my thread up again! I like to do my writing straight onto Word, so the laptop is essential to me, as is the table!
I very occasionally worry that someone could see what I'm writing if they peered through the window, but there's a prickly bush there so I'm fairly safe. Anyway, if they were shocked, it would serve them right for peeping!
Thanks to Bel for joining me and showing off her workspace, I have to say all the sticky notes on the poster look a little too organised for me (although it is possible I really should do that) - but I am in love with the lizard artwork on the wall.
Bel Anderson is one of my fellow writers who has a story in the new anthology Smut Alfresco (available here: https://www.allromanceebooks.com/product-smutalfresco-1090983-144.html) with her story A Walk in the Country.
Bel has previously been published in anthologies by Xcite books and is currently working on a collection of erotic short stories.
You can find her blog here: http://belandersonwrites.blogspot.com and her work here: