Enjoy some of my views from behind the laptop from places near and far…
This is where the idea for “From a Writer’s Perspective” first came to mind. Unfortunately, the idea for my photos behind the keyboard lasted longer than the restaurant, at least in this location.
I had my first TV interview during this trip on Good Morning Meridian and a nice write-up in the Meridian Star before my book signing. That all added up to…zero book sales. No sweat; I enjoyed the baseball tournament and had some new experiences.
The sound of the waterfall right outside my room–wow, I could get used to that!
Loved becoming a “Stranger.” I make an effort to get by here when I’m in Starkville. Try the blueberry cobbler coffee…mmm. Look for the signed sleeves and pay it forward.
This is where much of my writing happens…whole manuscripts, in fact.
One of my favorite hangouts because it’s just so big–so many vantage points.
This may be the first photo to which I added the tagline “from a writer’s perspective.”
Seven books in as I post this photo and book arrival days are still just as exciting!
If the doggone mosquitoes would leave me alone, I would do much more work from here. Moving forward, I have a plan to thwart their advances. (Don’t you think thwart is a cool word…unless, of course, you see the wart when you see it in a sentence.)
Several scenes from the Coach Dave series happened a mere 100 yards from this library. The field no longer exists except in the memories of those who played, coached, or parented there.
A morning writing and an afternoon landscaping make for just about the perfect day.
I’m usually ready for a change of pace after school, but some days demand a focused afternoon.
Home of Buddy the Cat, this is one of my favorite spots to sign books, to mingle with other authors, or to talk shop with Suzanne. A real Rankin County treasure.
Teachers mark school breaks by frequenting Big Muddy to work on our other projects.
Right next door to Bay Window Books…perfect location. Love the view from this seat, but watch your head when you stand up from right under the TV.
Sometimes book signings take me to views that I couldn’t have seen at home.
Always on to the next book.
The fuel behind the writing.