I seem to write more often in the spring or autumn seasons. What is your season for writing your best? Photo source: Phyllis Doyle Burns
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Hi Will. Your stories seem to come so easy and they are great. Once in a while an idea will come on and I can write a short story in no time. They just seem to come out on their own - same with poems for me. Thanks for commenting.
Hi M.T. I love pumpkin season. I may try NaNoWriMo this year. I did last year and never finished my article, so many other things came up. Thanks for commenting.
Thank you, Manatita. I think, as gifted writers, our capacity is always within. Peace, Brother.
Thanks for commenting, Marie.
Hi Amanda. You sure make me long for autumn - right now I am so enjoying spring. Thanks for contributing.
Hi Peachy. That sounds like a good idea. I like to sit in places that have air conditioning, like a library.
Hi dohn and thanks. During thunder storms I feel cozied in and it is rather melancholy or nostalgic of childhood days when Mom and Dad gathered all us kids together during bad storms and kept us entertained with stories.
I find thunderstorms fantastic for my creativity! I always want to write when thunder is booming or the air is stilling and building up to unleash a torrent. Of course, I often *don't* write because I also enjoy staring out the window a lot!
Hi DeylightWriter and thanks. Nature is the best thing that inspires me to write and the spring and autumn are the best times for me to be in Nature. Summer is too hot, winter is too cold.
Hi Venkatachari. Moods do have a lot to do with writing, especially in creative writing. Thank you for commenting.
Hi Rod. I write year-round, too, but spring and autumn are most inspiring for me. Thanks for commenting.
Thanks, Edwin. Winter does tend to keep one indoors. That is when I work mostly on my hobbies (beading and doll making).