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Where Do They Create?: Writing Spaces of Famous Authors

A few months ago, I had a conversation with a co-worker about writing spaces. Where did famous authors create? What do their environments look like? A fluff conversation, as I remember him calling it, but the exchange has stuck with me. Possibly because, inwardly, I am always decorating my dream writing space, which is ever changing.

Here’s a list of beautiful writing spaces. Ones I intend to extract elements from to create my own. If ever I have one like these. Maybe you’ll find ideas amidst these marvels?

1. Jane Austen

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2. E.B. White

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3. Charlotte Bronte

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4. Rudyard Kipling

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5. Charles Dickens

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6. Neil Gaiman

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7. Agatha Christie

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8. Stephen King

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9. Ernest Hemingway

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10. Roald Dahl

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