Indeed, Geoff Nicholson, writer of multi-novels, sayeth something like ”multi-desks mean multi-productivity”… rooms offer views. Most writers have rooms, right, I love the Guardian feature about the desks novelists spend all their years at (and the lovely story by Nicholas Royle in Ambit 198). I had a desk, but it’s packed up, had to make the room look like a bedroom for the estate agents, so I’m proper hot desking, which I’ve always done, and always will. I am someone who can write anywhere, the tube being a favourite. I hate wasting time. I hate repeating. I hate life passing in stasis. Some may call that hyperactive, yup, look at the amount of places I’ve worked…and by the way, I am getting close to uploading summer shots from Spain and Ibiza (the missing days), I had a camera nicked as well as my iPad (with a month of work), so lost a load of shots and it’s taken longer to sort through the shots from elsewhere…thanks for your time. My best desk is my duvet.
114 desks and this ain’t one