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Dream Spots for Writers

The places I've found (or dreamed of) that are perfect for writers (like me!) to sit awhile and create!

This #writer (me) would be sitting on the back of the boat, feet dangling, iPad churning out brilliant words! 1996-Greek trip-Patmos-008.bmp by sisaphus, via Flickr

If only I could dream myself here. Or better yet, create a cabin where writers (like me) could tuck themselves away and just #write! Hebrides-Island-Scotland_the-edge-of-the-world_2.jpg (600×399)

Enchanted Forest Cottage where a writer (me) could write enchanted novels :)

If only I had an old tree or a garden! But I would *love walking down this path to my writing retreat! Re-use an old tree to make a log pathway in your garden--great idea!

If only I could be sitting in a gazebo here: how to design an English cottage garden

What could I write if I stayed here for a month? Can't see me keeping my feet out of the sea at all - so no electronics!

Just one from all the gems by © Ahmed Amir, via Flickr Should I write from the island or the floating hut???

Ok, I'm ready to walk out to my new writing hut! Wanna join me?

I think this might be a place I'd like to use for writing sometime in the fall. Do you think they'd rent me a space??? There might be ghosts. Windmill from 1680, Eastham, Cape Cod, Massachusetts

I believe my writing room is upstairs on the end. Window open, gentle breezes, flower fragrance wafting in and a cup of Organic Green tea waiting for me.

Mατιές στον Κόσμο: Αγγλική επαρχία

I believe my bench is just 'round the bend.

Another of my favorite writing spots. Monica at Park, San Diego. This is the back patio - beautiful, feels secluded, try the pastries.

This is where you'll most often find me. Lestat's on Park, San Diego. Great coffee, fast wi-fi, lovely atmosphere, fabulous behind-the-counter help, great Bagel Bash breakfast sandwiches - - what more could a writer want?? (There's also a Lestat's on Adams Avenue - but the best one is on Park Blvd)

Beatrix Potter wrote many of her famous children's stories in this little 17th century stone house. Characters such as Tom Kitten, Samuel Whiskers and Jemima Puddleduck were all created here, and the books contain many pictures based on the house and garden. Beatrix bought many pieces of land and property in and around Sawrey, including the Old Post Office, Castle Cottage and a number of small farms. In 1913, aged 47, she married William Heelis in London and moved to Lakeland.