best writing service The Libraries, Studies and Writing Rooms of Famous Men

The Libraries, Studies and Writing Rooms of Famous Men


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If you’ve ever wondered where Roald Dahl did his writing, where the great George Washington escaped to find peace and quiet, or where Rudyard Kipling found his inspiration, then wonder no more. These are the studies, writing rooms and libraries of famous authors, politicians and inventors, past and present. If you have a “man cave” we’d love you to leave a comment below and tell us all about it.

Theodore Roosevelt’s Library & Gun Room

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Study

Sherlock Holmes’ Study

Roald Dahl’s Writing Hut

Norman Mailer’s Apartment

Neil Gaiman’s Writing Gazebo

Jay Walker’s Library

Jack London’s Study

George Washington’s Study

Darren Bush’s Shack

Winston Churchill’s Studysource

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