Hi everyone. How are you? I added a post to my book group about providing a “behind the scenes look” for readers to our blogs, once or twice a month and it has made me think that it’s been a while since I added some photos about my own writing routine!
As you might already know, I write from a small office at home in the evenings and a studio in a nearby town, during the day. My writing buddy, Pepper, is usually asleep by my feet, or creating unusual hairstyles by rolling around in the mud outside. I thought I’d show you some photos of Pepper today. She is twelve now, but everyone we bump into, thinks she’s a puppy. She’s gradually slowing down, but still has a spring in her step. When I’m writing, her favourite place to be is snuggled on my lap with her nose on my keyboard, which isn’t that helpful at all, so I usually pull up a chair and put her dog bed onto that, so she can keep a paw on my knee. Occasionally she’ll see a squirrel out of the window and dashes across the field, but she slows down before she gets near, to let them get away. Then that wears her out, so she lays down and snores for a couple more hours to replenish her energy!
Coffee is also a usual companion to my desk and looking at my photo reel makes me realise how often my snaps of my writing in progress have a coffee cup beside them. I found a photo of the children’s activity books and phonics cards that I designed with my mum, who is also a writer, so thought you might like to see them too. We have written stories about a magical little dragon called Sydney and his family. My mum used to tell my sister and I these stories as children and Mum and I worked on them together, over time, to create a range of products. We are hoping to publish the children’s stories that are part of this range, in the next year.
Have an amazing week! From Lizzie.
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Love all your pics, Lizzie 🙂 You have an adorable writing companion. I love your mom writes too and you have projects planned . I’m helping my daughter publish her first book soon.