Reminder: Kismet is free at Amazon today and made the best seller list for romantic shorts yesterday. It's still there but has fallen. And I'm giving away books here.
If I ever make a million dollars, I'll pay my student loans off and not give the government a 100% profit. I'll move to Texas and buy a house. And then I will start a writer's room in the city I live. I've heard they have these in New York and California. A place writers can go grab a cubicle and work without interruption. Chicago has something similar, The Story Studio which also teaches writing classes. But even Chicago is two hours from me.
So I will move to Dallas or Austin and start the coolest writer's room ever. The cubicles will have locking drawers. You will give an attendant your state ID and get the key to the drawer, so that you don't have to pack up your laptop every time you get up to use the restroom. It will have a day care that is either free ran by parent volunteers or charges by the hour with no minimum. You have one hour to write, fine use it and don't pay someone for the week. It will have a gym for people who can put in a whole day and need a good break. Go downstairs and run, have lunch and get started again. It will most likely be ran as a non-profit a good will venture to help books be created. I'll allow someone to lease space and run a cafeteria, so when you're on a roll you don't have to leave for lunch. If it profits at all, it will be from low cost classes.
What would you do with a million dollars?