AUTHOR WORK-SPACES: Kristi Belcamino and Jeri Westerson

Another in a series of author’s sharing photos of where they work when they create the great books we love to read. I find it interesting that the work spaces seem to be a different at the writing styles.
If you click on the photos you can see them larger.

Kristi Belcamino:
Who says you need a stinking fancy office to be a writer?
My kitchen counter works just fine. Plus, it’s close to the food and coffee, which is always key.
A few days a week, I like to mix it up and head to a neighborhood café. Here I am with two of my four regular officemates, Kristin Boldon and Steve McPherson (note: McPherson is doing a good job representing my team) in this pic.
Kristi Belcamino is a writer, artist and crime reporter who also bakes a tasty biscotti. Her first novel, Blessed are the Dead, (HarperCollins June 2014) is inspired by her dealings with a serial killer during her life as a Bay Area crime reporter. As an award-winning crime reporter at newspapers in California, she flew over Big Sur in an FA-18 jet with the Blue Angels, raced a Dodge Viper at Laguna Seca, and watched autopsies. Find out more at www.kristibelcamino.com or on Facebook

Kristi Belcamino

Kristi Belcamino


Kristi Belcamino

Kristi Belcamino


Kristi Belcamino

Kristi Belcamino

Jeri Westerson

Jeri Westerson

Jeri Westerson and the guy who watches her write

Jeri Westerson and the guy who watches her write