Spring is in the air down this end of the world. I love this time of the year with all the spring blooms. The top photo is of some of our cyclamens, and the bottom photo is of a succulent.
I went off to one of my favorite coffices this morning. It was early, not long after seven. I ordered my coffee and fired up my laptop, ready to start work.
“Hello,” a voice chirped from my left.
I looked up, brain a little sluggish since it was early.
“The court case went well,” the man said.
“Oh,” I said, suddenly clicking. It was the man from Adventures in the Coffice story. “I’m glad it went well,” I said.
He finished his coffee, said a cheery goodbye and went on his way. I tell you, I have some very interesting times in my coffice.
Author Roni Loren had an interesting post about writers and quirks this week. She asks if quirky writing habits equal greatness.
I don’t think I have any quirky writing habits. Maybe writing in a coffice qualifies, but apart from that I think my writing routine is fairly straightforward. I don’t write in exercise books or use a special pen or play ten games of solitaire before writing.
Do you have any quirky writing habits? Any quirky habits at all?