Today we have author Heather Reyburn with us to share what’s on her desk, and tell us a bit about her workspace:
What’s on your desk?
- My iMac computer (used almost exclusively for publishing)
- a screen connected to my PC (Windows) laptop (for better visibility) which I use for writing and everything except publishing
- the associated keyboards
- my filing folders, notebook, diary, pens and journal
- spare glasses and sticky notes.
What shouldn’t be on your desk?
The pile of papers that should have been filed, magazines and resources used for books already written!
Why does this area motivate you?
I love the outlook into the garden (inspirational) – and the room is far enough away from the living/kitchen areas to avoid distractions.
Are there any items of particular significance?
Photos of my family and pets. They encourage and strengthen me.
How often do you spend in this workspace each day?
Three to four hours on average – and up to seven when I have a deadline to meet!
I am a mother of four beautiful children. I can’t leave a book unfinished which equals a lot of late nights! When I’m not reading you can find me in the garden, or helping out at Beauty and Lace.