What does your writing “Batcave” look like, if you have one?

My creative "Batcave"

My creative “Batcave”

I often wonder just what a fellow writer’s place of work looks like, so i’ve taken the time to show you just what my little “Batcave” is like.

I have 3 machines, each doing different things at any one time: a laptop, an all-in-one and a netbook, and i use multiple external hard drives for those all-important backups that you should all be making to prevent a potential disaster!

As well as making complete backups, i suggest that you configure your word processor of choice to make incremental backups.

Note the essential caffeine supplies in the form of diet cola and coffee!

The rest of my bedroom need not concern you, unless you are a potential burglar! If you are, please make note of the fact that there is always a strung and ready Hoyt recurve bow with Easton arrows close to hand, and an array of other sharp implements. I do like my “tools”!

Have a nice day, you beautiful people!

5 thoughts on “What does your writing “Batcave” look like, if you have one?

  1. destinyallison

    I have a small room all to myself. It has some of my favorite art pieces, an antique cabinet that I exchanged for one of my paintings, a couch and a rocking chair. It is a zen space, soft and quiet, and it is not connected to the internet. Every time I walk in, my heart expands. My writing room is the only space in my life without noise.

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    1. David EcclesDavid Eccles Post author

      That sounds great, Destiny, though i couldn’t do without the internet, as i love being able to research stuff instantly and without moving! And to stream TV of course, lol 😉

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  2. Sam Brewer

    Ahhhh you are left handed!
    Do the stripes on the walls tease your eyes after a while? They remind me of The Yellow Wallpaper.

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    1. David EcclesDavid Eccles Post author

      I am indeed, Sam! I’ve been waiting for someone to notice, lol. All left-handers are artistic in some way or another 🙂 The stripes never bother me as they are a nice unobtrusive colour. Most of the time i fail to even notice them!

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  3. John F.D. Taff

    I have a battered old red oak desk that’s been with me since the beginning of writing, where it once held a brand new MacIntosh 512K (enhanced!). It currently holds a brand new ASUS 15-inch laptop, a 27-inch monitor for my old eyes to see my words, a concrete skull named Walter, some discrete speakers to hear music while I tap away, and a nice version of the USS Enterprise D. And a lamp. I’ll take a picture if I can find my camera. I like your workspace. Lean and mean.

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