Where the Magic(?) Happens, Part 2
So, about a year ago I posted pictures of what my office looks like, but I have since moved and I now rent an office in a suite full of lawyers. Consequently, this office looks moderately more professional. But only moderately.
Look at how professional the hallway seems! This is a place where people get stuff done! (Sue people.)
The view into my professional looking office. Those blinds don’t open (they’re broken), but that’s okay because I live an hermitic life where I hide from the sun. Usually the lights are turned off, too.
The couch, which is arguably the most important part of the office. You’ll also note my blanket. It’s not my real security blanket (on which there are pictures of rabbits playing football), but it’s my more professional office one.
My Christmas present from my wife: a framed Mark Rothko (the one I saw in person at the MoMA!)
My bulletin boards. I’m a very visual thinker, so I always have big bulletin boards on which my stories are mapped out. On this one, the left board has photos of all my characters (even the very minor characters), and postcards of the Grand Canyon (because part of the book takes place there). On the left side is maps and genealogy charts and plot outlines. Also, I have a $3 Walmart calendar with pictures of castles.
And then my computer. Not much to say about this except that I still insist on living in the land of PCs.