23 March 2014

How Writers Write

by Leigh Lundin

More than one author admits to writing in bed, flat on one's back, some in pajamas, others stark naked. While admitting nothing, my thanks goes to a loyal reader who sent me the following by Australian filmmaker and cartoonist, Ethan Waghorn, who uses the internet name 'Atrumentis'.

Time for Bed © Ethan Waghorn
© Ethan Waghorn

Atrumentis' work appears on 9gag.com and his web site, ChewingFat.co. (Images are the property of the artist and are therein internally hotlinked.)

11 comments:

Elizabeth Zelvin said...

Literally a LOL for me. Reminds me of my hubby. ;)

A Broad Abroad said...

You've been peeking!

Jokes aside, here’s to the speedy resolving of your internet problems.

Leigh Lundin said...

Liz, I think things percolate better in the horizontal!

Thank you, ABA. I don't have a target date yet, but to paraphrase that famous French quotation, A day without internet is like a day without sunshine.

A Broad Abroad said...

"A day without sunshine is like, you know, night." -Steve Martin
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[waaaay down here - laughing]

Leigh Lundin said...

(laughing) Touché!

Or as they say in Florida, "Toosh!"

Anonymous said...

Oh shit, you're not supposed to give out our secrets!

Dixon Hill said...

That's great, Leigh. If I did that, though, I'd never get any sleep. And -- between the kids and cats -- I'd never find my laptop again! LOL

Leigh Lundin said...

Anon, we'll pretend it's your office.

Dixon, I know what you mean. There has to be some separation between church and state, some distinction between work and play.

Jeff Baker said...

Loved it! Oh, and as I get ideas in dreams, I sort of work in bed too!

Leigh Lundin said...

Jeff, ideas come to me all the time in dreams.

Eve Fisher said...

LOL!