The Writers Circle: When Do You Write?

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One of our goals here at Today’s Author is to help all of the writers among us to do what we love to do: write. One of the best ways to accomplish this is by talking to each other and learning from each other.  Our Writers Circle series is designed to do just that – provide a chance for us to discuss writing, editing and publishing questions.

This week’s topic is:

Each of us has a routine when it comes to writing.  We’ve talked about where we like to write, but how about when?  Do you prefer a specific time of day to write?  What is it about that time that makes it preferable to you or more productive for you?

Let’s discuss this in the comments and see what our community thinks.

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4 thoughts on “The Writers Circle: When Do You Write?

  1. I prefer to write early in the day, but find that I am more productive in the late afternoon or evening. I set aside Sunday afternoon to write my weekly blog post and one or two evenings a week for other writing.

  2. I try these days to write between 10 am to 12 and again from 4pm – 6.
    I also have a blog called Routine Matters dedicated to precisely this. You have a great blog here. All the very best. Kris
    https:///awritersden.wordpress.com/

  3. Late night when evrything is soo silent and evrything is soo much me and about life….far frim Evryone else and social life….and evrything that i write just comes to me…..
    ~Saksham
    latenthappiness.wordpress.com

  4. I prefer to wake up early before the rest of my family and write, but I sometimes don’t get to do that. In those cases, the lull between lunch and my children getting home from school works really well. The sun shines brightly through the windows, but the stillness is almost palpable.

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