I’m sitting in my new writing space listening to a storm coming through. The tin roof amplifies the sound and I can hear nothing else. The noise doesn’t hinder my words, in fact, it helps to block out all other thoughts. The rain is loud and hard, I made it just in time. For the
Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) wrote about having a writer’s space in A Room of One’s Own. In this book, she spoke of women writing fiction and the need to have both a place and the finances to write. When she write this book, women had specific roles and writing wasn’t one of them. Times have changed.