Apologies, thing = stunning woman who I exchanged vows with nearly twenty years ago. Without the support of my wife, I wouldn’t have been able to write – period.
They’re loud and full of energy (and questions), but they keep me young. They also provide the motivation for me to earn mega-bucks so I can sign them up for classes and pay for them to go out and enjoy themselves – a totally selfless act, I promise.
The Grande Mocha - the fuel of authors!
I seem to remember a device that you could tap numbers into and that enabled you to speak to people on the other end. Not sure what happened to that, so I’ve become reliant on electronic mail to communicate with people now.
It’s the only way I can sit down and switch off from my writing. When I watch movies, it triggers my creative process. When I watch football, there is no plot, no twists and turns and no intriguing characters (in the story sense!) so I can just switch off and recharge.
Without it, how would I get to Starbucks to write my books? Oh, and how would I buy life’s little luxuries like food and drink? Once a year I lose it for its MOT – horrible!
I’d look very stupid finger-tapping thin air when writing my books.
Duh! Email. Facebook. Twitter. Web-browsing. Taking photographs. What other possible use would there be for a phone?
Sky TV entertains, inspires and educates. It also keeps the kids quiet!
Think back to Biology class! I also actively enjoy food, of course, but that means lots of walking too, otherwise I’d have no chance of fitting behind a desk. I don’t actually work behind a desk, but for the sake of this question I do. But I don’t. But if I did. It would.