Writing room ! Could you be any more pretentious .. https://t.co/mBO4gYLDqv— Arron Banks (@Arron_banks) November 28, 2018
Which prompted a lot of writers to show off their writing rooms, or well, working spaces.
John Scalzi, sci fi writer
My writing room, aka home office. It's nice and cozy, I think. pic.twitter.com/7Yov2hkNq8— John Scalzi (@scalzi) December 1, 2018
Neil Gaiman, fantasy writer
My current writing room: it's a cabin in the woods. Most days I look up from writing to see deer, chipmunks or even bears wandering, scurrying, or lumbering past. It's a good place to work, because if you are a writer people don't always leave you alone to write. pic.twitter.com/FuNNQu6RW2— Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) December 1, 2018
Mason Cross, thriller writer
Because everyone else is doing it, I, like @jk_rowling have a Writing Room. Think I might pop up there and write a conspiracy thriller about a dodgy geezer businessman being investigated by the National Crime Agency. pic.twitter.com/kcupa7Otc8— Mason Cross (@MasonCrossBooks) December 1, 2018
Javi Grillo-Marxuach, screenwriter (Lost, Charmed)
here’s my writing room, it’s highly pretentious. pic.twitter.com/lTbG3dZlOJ— javi grillo-marxuach (@OKBJGM) December 2, 2018
Jennifer Wright, history writer (ok at that table)
Brian Jay Jones, biographer
At one point, I even put a desk in a walk-in closet and worked there. Know what I called it? “A writing room." pic.twitter.com/7iQeFuO778— Brian Jay Jones (@brianjayjones) December 1, 2018
Stephen King and some other guys also chimed in but didn't provide pics so nobody cares
Source: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Do you have a home office ONTD?