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How to Set Up Your Workspace for Writing Children's Books

Locate your special writing spot.

Every writer needs a place to write that’s comfortable and cozy, stimulates creativity, and has the necessary writing tools. Some possibilities include a dedicated office in your home, an inspiring outdoor space, the local library, a coffeehouse or café, a bookstore, a train station or bus station, or even a shopping mall or food court.

The point is that anyplace can be your special place — you just have to keep looking until you find it. Instead of just settling at the first place you land, try a variety of different locations until you find the one that feels just right. You’ll know it when, all of a sudden, everything clicks and the words flow like someone just turned on the tap.

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