We learn from other books. When younger writers only want to write and not read, I worry that their books will lack the depth that literature’s history supplies.
Maybe I’m just not a writer who’s meant to work in peace and quiet, as lovely as that sounds.
Not so long ago, I was a writer who wrote anywhere but at her desk.
It doesn’t really matter at all where I write—as long as, at some point, I have the option and availability to transition to my bed.