So I'm not crazy! Okay, I am -- but so was Ray Bradbury, who wrote:
I can work anywhere. I wrote in bedrooms and living rooms when I was
growing up with my parents and my brother in a small house in Los
Angeles. I worked on my typewriter in the living room, with the radio
and my mother and dad and brother all talking at the same time. Later
on, when I wanted to write Fahrenheit 451, I went up to UCLA and found a
basement typing room where, if you inserted ten cents into the
typewriter, you could buy thirty minutes of typing time.
Are you a member of our tribe?
Can you write in a car? At a bar? On a star? In a plane? On a train? On Fifth and Main?
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The Daily Routines of Famous Writers