Best place to Write a BookThe best place to write a book
Anywhere 8 successful authors are writing because the search for your particular place is half the battle
Woolf was right when she said that every author needs a "separate space" to be prolific. There is nothing nicer than to find this one place where you can easily make and make your thing. When you are like me, this "special place" is not just a part of your home or a remote area.
I am a novelist who enjoys being around humans, who loves having access to clean coffees and clean foods, and yes, there are many occasions to watch humans distract themselves from time to time. Plus, it gets you out of the home and out of P. J.'s (win), and can help you find your inspirations when your muses are long gone.
Bar, cafés, museum and even train stations are places where famous authors could do serious work. And if you are a self-employed person, you also know how important it is to leave the home over and over again to make you think you are a semi-adapted, socially responsible person.
Grab your purse and continue reading to find out where these authors work before you find your own fantastic place to call home. It is a well-known fact that J.K. Rowling began to write the Harry Potter line in a cafe. Elephant House in Edinburgh is proud to house J.K. Rowling in his early pottery and to keep a small cabinet with items and photographs from Rowling's early years.
"It' no mystery that the best place to type is in a café," says Rowling. "and you don't have to go to solitary." When you' re in Edinburgh, there's no better place to get inspiration than The Birthplace of Harry Potter.
A town with an up-and-coming writing community, Orlando is headed by Vanessa Blakeslee. Far away from the amusement park and touristic trap, there is a cosy outside area named Eden Bars, where Blakeslee gives her best: "I' ve been sitting under the mighty oak trees or at the pub with my diary, designing new literature and editing my last three books.
The " Feature Commercial " is for some people more than just a place where you can get coffee or alcohol - it is a place where you can enjoy yourself visually. Would you like to go to the place where some serious literature heavyweights have written? Founded in 1948, this cheesy seaside resort soon became a meeting place for Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg and other Beat Generation people.
On the other side of the road is also the prestigious City Lights Bookstore, where you can rummage through the book during a pause for typing. The two storey café and lounge attract a large number of customers, which should be an interesting pleasure if you ever find yourself in the Bay Area. He has also adopted some of John Green's stories - he says he has written his adaption of The Fault in Our Stars at Intelligentsia in three working day.
Famous for harboring a whole series of Hollywood scriptwriters who can only find their next blockbusters of film ideas from the audience, this lively and beloved café is the place to be. If you are a good author who works well in a business world, a trip to Intelligentsia is a good choice. Radziwill, who some of you may know from Real Housewives of New York City, is also an experienced author who knows everything about how to use inspiring individuals.
"Radziwill says, "The best place to discover interesting personalities and stolen dialogues is the Mercer Hotels Louvre. When there is no glamourous lodge near you, the Marriott's closest bars can create a gloomy ambience and enough crowds to satisfy your blossoming writers' imagination.
"Normally it's the traits in which I write the most," says the author Alexander Chee. "And I think being anonymous and displaced helps me wherever I am, I need to be feeling like I've disappeared and no one can find me."