A Room Of Her Own: The Writing Space of Sarah Addison Allen

Today’s post by this month’s featured author, Sarah Addison Allen | @SarahAddisonAll

SAA Writing Space

Taken during Christmas 2013, this photo shows Sarah’s work space in all it’s festive glory. Clean and crisp, it looks simply perfect, like something out of a Pottery Barn catalog.

What do you think? Can you see her writing LOST LAKE in this room?

About Ariel Lawhon

Ariel Lawhon is the author of THE WIFE THE MAID AND THE MISTRESS (2014), FLIGHT OF DREAMS (2016), and I WAS ANASTASIA (2018). Her books have been translated into numerous languages and have been Library Reads, One Book One County, and Book of the Month Club selections. She is the co-founder of SheReads.org and lives in the rolling hills outside Nashville, Tennessee, with her family.

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3 Responses to A Room Of Her Own: The Writing Space of Sarah Addison Allen

  1. Katherine Jones March 19, 2014 at 10:17 pm #

    I like it all, but the cat and the clock best.

  2. Heather Adams March 24, 2014 at 10:17 pm #

    I love all the crisp white – and of course the cat!

  3. jual cd rpp June 27, 2014 at 10:17 am #

    1) Reading books can help you become more productive with your time. If you’ve nothing to do while waiting for something to happen as you follow your schedule, you better read a book. While waiting for time, you may just read something good from a book. While waiting for the traffic to move, or while going to and fro your destination, you may also read a few pages of a book (it’s a different matter altogether if you’re the one driving – you need to listen then to an audio book, or books in a different format). Or read a book to someone who’s driving and those willing and ready to listen, if that works for you.

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