By Z.J. Czupor
On Tour with Dead Writers is Z.J. Czupor‘s new installment on Rogue Women Writers. Guess the correct dead writer and be entered to win a free book.
This writing shed in Buckinghamshire, England, belonged to a writer who wrote some of his most famous works here. He wrote imaginative stories but due to a bustling home filled with children, he needed to shut himself off in a space where he could write. He built a writing shed in his backyard and pulled the curtains to block out the light. His only light came from an angle-poise lamp which shown directly on the board across his lap where he wrote with pencil and paper. He sat in a wing-back chair that used to be his mother’s. On his walls, he posted photos and inspiratational quotes. His works rank him among the world’s best-selling fiction authors with more than 300 million copies sold worldwide with translations into sixty-three languages.
Who was this award-winning author?
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Z.J. Czupor is president of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and past Vice President of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of Mystery Writers of America (RMMWA). In addition to writing monthly columns for Rogue Women Writers and RMMWA, he is the author of THE BIG WEIRD: Haikus in Times of Pandemic and Chaos