Main Entry: writerhead Pronunciation: \ˈrī-tər-hed\ Function: noun First Known Use: circa 1995
1 : a (usually) temporary state of dreamy concentration and fluctuating consciousness during which a writer feels most creative, productive, and artistic < upon waking in the morning, rolling out of bed, gently shushing one’s husband, and settling in at one’s desk: “Sssshhhh, I’m in writerhead” – Kristin Bair O’Keeffe >
Holly Robinson (author of BEACH PLUM ISLAND) and I will be doing a joint event at what might actually be the most charming library in the universe! The Emma Andrews Library in Newburyport, Massachusetts. In this cozy little spot, we’ll read from our novels, sip tea, tell secrets, and answer questions. Great fun ahead! Come on out and join us.