During the school year I made a habit of writing every day in the quiet room of my local library. It's a luxury I no longer have. Now I write on the fly, whenever I can. I'm not sure it's working well for the novel, but it's important for me to keep the dedication.
These are the places I've worked on my novel in the past seven days:
A hotel room in New York, every night after everyone else went to sleep.
My kitchen table, with only the light of the laptop screen after the electricity went out.
The customer waiting room of the Honda Service Department.
And my favorite, here:
This is the table I sit at when we go to the pool. I write overlooking the Potomac River, take a dip in the pool when it gets too hot, and still be a great mom.
So where do you writers write? And how do you adapt when life gets crazy?