Some of my favorite places to write are at parks with waterfalls or rivers. Charles Dickens was said to write in his favorite chair and desk. Can be seen in Charles Dickens Museum at the author’s former home in London. Adeline Virginia Woolf every morning she would walk down to the basement and into a storage room with a cozy old armchair that she loved. She would write away sitting in the armchair in her peace and quiet. Agatha Christie often would be sitting in her large Victorian bathtub eating apples as the created the plots to her novels. Edith Newbold Jones most mornings, she would write while still covered up in bed. It was her preferred spot. She would have her dog on one side of her, and an ink bottle on the other. Her secretary would later type up all the pages she had written by hand Stephen King he used his wife’s as he worked at his makeshift desk that was sandwiched between the washing machine and the dryer. He would literally lock himself in the laundry room to do his writing. It was there that he created his first hit novel Carrie. Ernest Hemingway He never had a set place where he liked to write, but he did have a time of the day that he favored. Hemingway would often write as soon as it first became light in the morning. He cherished the quietness and the chill in the air. He would usually try to write for six hours a day, and then stop and wait until the next morning where he could continue on with his craft. Mark Twain had a private study built separate from his house so he could be secluded while writing and also smoke his cigars that his wife hated.