I was doing about one or two a week for quite a while. Then I had a block for two or three weeks but I just finished my newest one. A few minutes ago.
you mean physically write with a pen ? hardly ever, except for signatures and the occasional doodling, birthday cards...My pen has been replaced by my keyboard If you mean write as in typing a hub etc, I write everyday for a good few hours...
I write every day for hours and hours!I think I am an addict.Sometimes I get inspired and sometimes I just struggle.But I love it.
I try to write every day. Sometimes hours at a stretch, other times in spurts and taking frequent breaks. How about you?
AS the spirit moves me.
I may write 5 a day, edit and hone them for several days. I may not write for several days. I only write or speak when there is something I wish to say.
I have never published 5 a day.
I write hubs after being inspired, and it's usually instantaneous. Sometimes I spin out several hubs, then go a spell without writing any. My articles are usually involved anyway, as my topic of choice is a person.
Whatever the context, they are always uber-urgent; as they fall out as quickly as I can type. I don't do drafts, just spill it out. I also create positive quotations and they're usually done without outside impetus.
Whatever feels right at the time is perfect for any writer : )
depends on my moods, what im feeling.
im probably an emotional writer. i use my senses to the paper its where most people hear me, feel me or understand me.
Luckily, I don't have to write for a living, so I can write what I want when I want. I keep my Hubs and have two blogs. I average less than one Hub a month. One of my blogs gets updated quite infrequently, but the other one gets a new post every few days. I write for less than a few hours at a stretch. I typically start it and finish it. I don't like leaving writing projects in progress or I'll never return to them.
Try to do one every day, sometimes I write more. I want to leave them overnight to stew, and then edit and publish the next day - but often I find myself publishing them straight away.
I try to write for one hour, but with research etc it is often longer than that.
I write for a living so I generally spend at least five hours a day everyday writing. Now that I've joined Hubpages I am trying for one hub a day,and I spend about an hour on each.
i write when i get the instinct to write, even when i get the idea or writing different topics i used to be lazy and not write until i wish to....
I write everyday and several times a day. As soon as a good thought enters my head I have to write it down. I can write for hours or just long enough to get the idea down.
If we're gauging this in days, then I write just about every day, missing maybe one day a week or so. As for time, it may be as long as six hours or as short as a half an hour. A lot of it really has to do with my schedule, but I try to make as much time as possible.
I usually write an article every 2 weeks or so, cause most of the days I'm writing tutorials and lessons for my website.
It usually takes me a couple of hours to finish an article.
I write when I feel like it. And for however long I want to write.
If I'm not in the mood, I don't do it. It's hard being creative when I'm not really up for it.
The more I write the more my hub personal hub score drops, and drops, and...........well you get the picture. I'd possibly write more if not for that little fact.
I try to write for an hour a few nights a week and then longer, maybe 3-4 hours, on the weekends. Since I'm so new to online writing, a lot of my "writing" time is actually spent researching the process.
Well, I write articles and copy for a living so it's pretty much 8 hrs a day. The downside is that by the time I get home, I have little enthusiasm left for writing, which means my own projects remain dormant for the time being.
I love to write early in the morning, usually for 2 hours at a stretch. I write every week day. My routine... I start off with about 1/2 hours of editing small parts (like a chapter or so) of my work to get the juices flowing, then work for the remaining time on new writing.
Good luck Earl S. Wynn
I write almost everyday about anything or just typing on my keyboard. I'm still figuring it out how to be a good writer.
I cannot put writing on a schedule. There are days when the information, ideas, questions, thoughts, conflicts, etc just flow. Those day's are the one's where I have to fight to find logic and organization in the things I want to write about.
Then there are those days when there is nothing. Days when I cannot create a thought to put on paper, or type into my word processor.
I do not consider myself to be creative. But I do believe I have the ability to ask relevant questions, and organize thoughts that support the topic at hand.
How often do I write? As often as I have ideas. As often as the thoughts flow. As often as I can.
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