One of the joys Saturday’s Guardian is undoubtedly its Review section’s ‘Writer’s Rooms’ column, in which a painfully self-conscious metropolitan author describes, in scary detail, their study and working methods. Every week it’s like an extended Pseud’s Corner.
This week it’s the very precious Bath-based children’s author Jacqueline Wilson:
I write all my first drafts in gorgeous Italian leather notebooks. I keep my place with a glass fig given to me when I went to the Chihuly exhibition at Kew Gardens (research for a new novel Kiss).
Excuse me, I’ve got to vomit…