If you write, where do you write? Is it your choice?
(As I write this, I’m sitting on my sofa at home.)
If you’re employed by a company, you probably don’t have much choice. It may be an office or cubicle, where interruptions are the norm. (If it’s an office, then at least you can shut the door.)
If you’re a freelancer like me, then you have more control over your writing space. I think it gives those of us who fly solo an advantage, although my cubicle days at an ad agency and The Seattle Times were mostly enjoyable. Most co-workers, including those task-minded account executives, were considerate. They knew creatives needed as much solitude as possible.
I thought of this topic when I recently picked up Stephen King’s On Writing, one of my favorite books on the writing craft.