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Show me your desk - Tidy today! Note books and Spellbinding sentences.



A neater desk to start to week. Yay! Starting from the left hand side, is my blue notebook - there I keep random writing, tasks lists and to-do lists. Underneath is my A4 refill pad from Rymans and this is where I write out scenes and other stuff before I type them up. 

Next is my desk lamp and penholder. After which is the book on Mastery, and no I haven't read it. I think that has been sitting there for a few months now. It's really my big boss's book. He's really kind and generous man. Moving on is my Spellbinding Sentence book by Barbara Baig I'm working through. The main issue with Baig's book is that she assumes all writer writes the same.  And if you don't write the way she assumes or according to her premise, it's can be tedious. 

The assumption? Well she assumes as writers we all have the same type of imagination, as in visual. But we are all different, some of us are aural based, or sensory based and others are visual. We all process information differently. Apart from the that the book is good. 

Underneath it is my stripped folder. This was a part of a birthday gift from Big Momma years ago. I got two folders and a box, and they have lasted years. I think she got them from Paperchase. Very good quality considering most of my cardboard folders have frayed to pieces. 

So that's it from me. Have a happy week!

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