So what do nature writers when they’re taking time off?

If you thought this was going to be the results from an extensive survey of nature writers, I’m sorry but I’m going to disappoint you.

Starting today with a solstice celebration, I’m looking forward to putting my pen down, or rather keyboard away, for a week.

So what do nature writers do when they’re not working? Well I don’t know about anyone else, but I can’t wait to get outside for some winter plant hunting and bird watching, and then come into the warm to curl up with these fabulous books. Ahhhh!

3 comments

  1. El Rhodes · · Reply

    Ha! I too have a pile of books to read over the next ten days! But I’m also on the look out for what’s still working its way into the light through the darkest month. It could be a time of composting, but I can already feel the tug of Spring.

    1. Amanda Tuke · · Reply

      Ooo yes, the tug of spring x

  2. Aren’t nature writers always looking?

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