I usually write during the day and at weekends,cant write in the evenings as i get easily distracted ie telly, xbox etc.Just interested as to what part of the day you guys and gals like to write.
I don't know that this will help as I have not written much. The two hubs that I have written have happened between 10pm and midnight. With a full time job, 2 kids under 3, and an acreage to maintain I don't have much time. So, I steal what I can. I am curious to hear from others though.
Evenings as I am off work most evenings and weekends. Most anytime when I'm not working.
Usually in the morning I read through my feeds, and write a bit. Then in the evening, later on when it's quiet, I'll write some as well and perhaps read some too. I actually like having the TV on in the background sometimes, or music playing.
At night mostly. I'm a night owl
I write about 3am UK, when i get home from work. I Hate night work so much.
Day, night, whenever I get a chance.
I do most of my writing at night. That's when things calm down and I can actually think.
Very, very late at night when my son is asleep already. But I keep a pen and notebook with me at all times, so I can jot down ideas. I also bring my trusty Vivienne Tam mini notebook with me anywhere so if there is a chance to write or check on the forums I can do so.
It write when good ideas come to me. But those ideas comes to me when I'm busy working and my pen and notebook is not at hand. lols
At the moment i write while at work because its very quite and the boss is away.SSSShhh
Whenever there is time, quiet, and something to actually write.
I write whenever I can.
Right now, I am writing a chapter for a serial that will go on Big Closet Top Shelf, called Second Sight, I have just finished a 3,000 word entry into the Tomorrow anthology at The Authors Haunt and am writing a Sci-fi short (well, it might end up long) called Sigmus II, which is supposed to be light-hearted if not comedic, that will be going on Fictioneer.
Since I'm not working, there's plenty of time for me to write and I try and make as much use of that as I can.
I work on internet so any time of the day when I feel like, have time and have a good topic on my mind.
I write in my head all day, but usually put it to paper/hub at nite.
I write... tommorrow..
I am busy today...
writing yesterday's works.
Mostly mornings, but sometimes trusty pen n paper is good for jotting down ideas an thoughts, specially since most TV programmes are crappy these days.
Since I work from home I have to build in some structure to my days. The "business-day" is for "real" work (and occasional forum popping-on to break things up). From mid-evenings (during television) on is when I have free time for things like Hub-writing. Sometimes I'll write the weekends if I have some time. Of course, I'm not writing a bunch of Hubs a week either...
Writing for me takes place at any time I feel like it. lol Actually, night time is the best (especially in the moonlight) or sitting out basking in the sun.
I write notes compulsively throughout the day, when I can snatch a moment. But I usually finish all other material and work on my novel bettween 9pm and 3am gmt.
I usually write between 3.00am and 10.00am. Too busy at other times.
I'm thinking most of us don't get much if any sleep!
All day nearly every day apart from breaks!
I also love writing, I wrote some articles about fashion. One of my famous writ is entitled Back-to-School, This articles is being submitted to different article submission site because it has a good content and intended for educational used.
I'm most productive first thing in the morning or late at night. I can never dedicate a full day to writing, my brain needs to switch to something else to stay fresh. Lately late nights have been best.
I write all the time. lists, notes, memeos, things to remember, things to do, plans for school, worksheets, grades, reports, grocery lists,household inventory, Dr.'s appointments, ... In my head..its always a story. Like, when I walk into a room, Im thinking..."she walks in, exhausted from the day. Sweat and dirt dried onto her neck in a layer so thick it could be used as adobe. Children in the distance are wailing that they are hungry. She vaugely remebers a time when she could come and go as she pleased. Life wasnt such a chore. Now, every day is test of her survival skills. Every day is carefully planed to survive the oncoming winter....."
crap like that...its all the time, 24/7/365 except on leap years..it wakes me up in the middle of the night, it never ever stops....but when do I actually write out loud, for other people to see? when I feel like it.
I usually get ideas during the day, and dream at night. I keep a book nearby so that I can jot down these thoughts so I don't forget. Then I can enlarge upon them later. This was a tip I got from a famous writer.
And no, I don't sleep much.
I like to write whenever I have a quiet moment which could be any time of the day ... if I'm not working. I have to be sensitive to my little girl who will verbally voice her objection that "You are spending too much time on the computer." I try to be sensitive to her.
Well, i have posted 2 hubs in 5 hours. Maybe i'm just enthusiastic, but its in the evening over here in the U.K. Before this website i would write poetry etc. sometimes very late at night when i can actually think properly or am just on a role. Or alternatively i write on a bus, in the park, sometimes just scribbling down descriptions of the places i see and hear. It's annoying though, because half the time i dont have a pen or any paper, so i find myself trying to compose a short piece in my head which gives me a rather 'interesting' expession that people misconstrue as constipation. Haha.
by BlissfulWriter 11 years ago
Do you write better in the mornings or evenings?
by TheBlondie 12 years ago
When are you in your best mood?
by LoganG 9 years ago
How do you spend your evening free time?Maybe you live alone or are in a distance relationship. Or the rest of your family/roommates aren't around that much. But after work/school you get home and usually have no required way to spend your time. How do you fill your evenings?
by Dr. Wendy 12 years ago
How many hours of sleep do you get each night?Is it enough for you?
by Richieb799 13 years ago
Does anyone else suffer from drop in traffic on weekend? I think its because most people are off work and go out shopping and socialising more..sorry this question may have been asked before
by elisabeth reid 12 years ago
I don't just mean hubpages, though that counts, too. I mean when you feel that creative urge and you want to sit down and let the language flow until something beautiful comes out, whether it's a short story, a bit of a novel, a poem or, yes, a hub.
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