RTW -- Writing Retreat

Road Trip Wednesday is a ‘Blog Carnival,’ where YA Highway's contributors post a weekly writing- or reading-related question that begs to be answered. In the comments, you can hop from destination to destination and get everybody's unique take on the topic.

This Week's Topic: 
If you could go on a writing retreat anywhere, where would you go & who would you bring?

This is a tough one! Normally I would just go straight-out and say "England" but I can't imagine I would actually get much writing done there... I think I'll say Sweden. Somewhere beautiful, but a little bit isolated so I don't get too distracted. Where exactly, I'm not sure. I would bring all my friends from AW (*waves* Hi, guys!) because I think that would be amazing and hilarious and we'd make sure to keep each other on track while still having a ton of fun. 

As for inspiring authors, I think I'd like to borrow John Green and Tamora Pierce for awhile. And J.K. Rowling, too. After all, why not? I've always had questions I've wanted to ask her... 


Jaime Morrow said…
Sweden would be pretty great, but since I've never been I'd probably end up wandering and exploring. :)
Colin Smith said…
I've always wanted to visit Scandinavia--Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Finland... doesn't matter. I'd need somewhere warm to write, though. :)
GSMarlene said…
The people of Sweden are wonderful and it is beautiful.

And you have a beautiful blog page!
Having Tamora Pierce there to bounce off ideas about my current WIP would be incredible!
Alyssa said…
I think if I brought someone like JK Rowling along, then I would either be too intimidated or too busy asking her questions to actually get any writing done! :)
VikLit said…
Sweden is a great choice! :)
Miss Cole said…
Sweden does sound nice!

Swing by England! I'll put the kettle on and make sure there's a cup of tea waiting for you ;)
Elodie said…
John Green will be a busy man :D A lot of writers are taking him on their retreats :D
Sweden sounds like a good place to go undisturbed and surrounding by beautiful nature!

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