Every Thursday Karen of KissinBlueKaren hosts Beyond the Books, at which time participants are given a topic and asked to write about it on their own blogs. They then share their links at the main site and visit other participants blogs.
One advantage to having a laptop is being able to choose where I blog when I am at home. Occasionally when business is slow at work, I start working on a blog post there, but most of the work is done from one of three favorite spots in my house.
Often on Fridays you will find me in the family room. I set myself up with books and my computer. I start blogging with my laptop on my lap, but it soon moves to the arm of the couch when one of my cats inevitably decides to come sit on my lap. Parker in particular likes to lay on my mousepad when he tires of sitting on my lap. Just so you don't think I am ignoring whichever cat is on my lap, I often stop working to pet them. It makes blogging a slower process, but I don't mind the purrs and cuddles. Sometimes I blog while watching television from this very spot. Occasionally I sit on the floor as well.
My library (aka the living room) makes another good blogging spot. I kick my legs up on one end of the couch, with my computer on my lap and type to my heart's content.
On certain evenings, between my daughter's bath-time and our bedtime, you can find me at my computer desk adding last minute touches to my blog posts. This is actually a more recent development as before my computer rarely got turned on in the evenings. It still is sometimes just a quick stop because any time I spend on my computer at this time of night usually means I am sacrificing quality reading time.
Where do you do most of your blogging?
Every Friday Coffee Addicted Writer from Coffee Addicted Writer poses a question which participants respond on their own blogs within the week (Friday through Thursday). They then share their links at the main site and visit other participants blogs.
I do! At least around Christmas time and on the rare occasion Halloween. It isn't something I always do--just when the opportunity presents itself.Do you ever do a review post based on a holiday? For example review Christmas theme books in December. (submitted by Bunnita @ Worth Reading It?)
How about you? Do you read and review books based on holidays?
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