I think I need to change my name to 4am hubber. I am not an "early" person but since I started writing I find my inner voice nagging me to get up at 4-6am and refusing to let me sleep. I also find early early mornings I can write best. However, I find I have no difficulty writing in a loud environment as well provided I'm sort of a stranger in the group - like a lone diner at a noisy cafe. All the excitement and chaos can be energizing.
Definitely better at writing in the mornings and useless when I am cold (like now which is why I'm skiving in the forums!).
I write best at night on the train or I should say I do my roughs on the train. The typing on my computer takes place best at night too. Call me a night owl!
it is too hot right now to seriously do good writing in the middle of the day.
I pretty much need to be alone. It doesn't matter what time, though. I'll stay up until 4 a.m., or else I may get up at 3:30 a.m. Then again, on a day when I don't have to work I may write at 8 a.m. or 3:p.m. I just need to know I have a chunk of a couple of hours by myself.
Definitely early in the morning...by afternoon my brain is in serious decline!
For me, it's like a call of nature - no sense of time whatsoever! It hits me when it hits me!
i got up today at 3a.m. and came on the computer. I am hoping that one day i will be able to write and read others writing at a more sensible time...... and that i can fit writing in around my life, at the moment it seems to be the other way round.
I usually write at night. After a long day it is good to get something of your chest, and I find it very relaxing. I usually listen to some music, while I write to get me in the right mood and just for enjoyment.
No necessary time and day for me, I think I write better when I am fully rejuvenated from work and making blogs by resting and having enough sleep...
I need to be alone to write, so early morning is best - plug in the caffeine drip and off I go!
I also write better when I don't get caught up in the forums
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