Happy Valentine’s Day, Seekerville! Myra here, your virtual tour guide. Thanks to everyone who submitted photos of your writing spaces! We received such a great response, in fact, that I decided to devote this entire post to the Seekervillagers who participated.
However, if you want a peek at some Seeker writing spaces, hop on over to the Seekerville Facebook page, where the lovely Tina will be adding photos throughout the day.
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First up is Seekervillager Meg Brummer. Makes me envious of her lovely kitchen, not to mention the view!
Next, let’s visit Jill Weatherholt’s writing spaces. Her desk is a little too neat to be believed, isn’t it? However, I could really go for the lovely patio setting! And have you seen Jill’s hummingbird photos on Facebook? Wow!!!
Here’s a peek at Vince Mooney’s writing space. Very businesslike. Bookshelves, lovely artwork, interesting maps, and even a fax machine!
Christina Khanagov’s “office” is our next stop. Doesn’t this look cozy and inviting? Looks like Christina enjoys composing with pen and paper.
Okay, Barbara Scott is clearly attempting to shame the rest of us. Really??? Is anyone that neat and organized? Well, except maybe Jill!
Wilani Wahl bravely shared her “before and after” snapshots. I’m partial to her cute little porch writing area, but I totally understand when the electronics start overheating on warm days. That is when you do NOT want a laptop on your lap!
Apparently, Jeanne Takenaka is another neatnik. Loving those bookshelves! And the comfy chair and ottoman? That’s where I’d spend my writing hours!
Could you keep your eyes on your computer screen with an office view like Jackie Layton’s? And I love that her table and chair carry sweet family memories.
Ah, Sharee Stover, a gal who appreciates creative clutter! She points out, “If you zoomed in on the trash can, you might see Almond Snickers and York Peppermint patty wrappers. I don’t know how they got there. Giggle.”
Tanya Agler has everything she needs close at hand. Notice the conference badge with all her pins. It’s great to keep special mementos in view, reminders that we are, indeed, writers.
That concludes our tour! What would you most like to ask our participants about where or how they write? Or, if you missed your chance to send us a photo of your writing space, join the fun today by posting your pix on Facebook, Instagram, and/or Twitter with the hashtag #SeekersWrite. Just tell us in your comment where we can find you.
Now for today’s Valentine's Day giveaways--four, count 'em, four! Mention in your comment if you’d like to be included in any or all of the drawings. Winners announced in the next Weekend Edition!
About Myra: Award-winning author Myra Johnson writes emotionally gripping stories about love, life, and faith. Myra is a two-time finalist for the prestigious ACFW Carol Awards and winner of Christian Retailing’s Best for historical fiction. Originally from Texas but now residing in the beautiful Carolinas, Myra and her husband love the climate and scenery, but they may never get used to the pulled pork Carolinians call “barbecue”! The Johnsons share their home with with two very pampered rescue doggies who don’t always understand the meaning of “Mom’s trying to write.” Myra and her husband are also currently harboring their younger daughter and family (six in all plus a kitty!) as they transition toward their next missionary calling. With grandkids underfoot ranging in age from 14 down to nearly 3, there’s never a dull moment!
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