My favorite place to write is at my float cabin on Powell Lake, BC. I invite you to click the video below to see why.
My off-the-grid home has fewer distractions than a city-folk condo. I have more time for reading, writing, cabin-life chores, and enjoying nature.
I save time each day for writing. I carry a small notebook wherever I go to jot down notes and reminders for later use. This is most helpful when I’m writing my Coastal BC Stories series. I use my laptop for writing, editing, and book design. A solar and wind powered electrical system keeps it charged and ready to go. And I draw inspiration from my surroundings, even for my science fiction novels.
One example is Anomaly at Fortune Lake. I had fun making fictitious Fortune Lake come alive by using real locations on Powell Lake. Third Narrows (Fortune Lake) where protagonists Ashley and Justin reside is similar to my First Narrows and Hole in the Wall. Readers will notice a series of line drawings in the book. These scenes are based on Powell Lake, my favorite place in the whole world. And, yes, Ashley and Justin’s float cabin is very similar to my year-round off the grid residence.
Click here to read or download the first three chapters of Anomaly at Fortune Lake in PDF for FREE. Enjoy. — Wayne