Oh, undoubtedly fall... the colors, smells, tastes, sports, school, kids, change of major seasons, etc.
It is by far Fall. Theres just something that surounds it that continues inspires me.
I write differently in every season, and find that I'm productive in a completely different way in every season - this is a very interesting question ytsenoh! The season in which I love to write the most and I love most of my writing is late fall. I think it has a darker and richer tone. Thanks for asking, wishing you all the best!
Autumn! hands down, my favourite part of the year in regards to all aspects of life.
I find that I do most of my writing in the winter. The rest of the year, if it's even remotely decent outside, I'm out enjoying the day. I'm not a winter person, I don't like being cold, so I find things to keep myself occupied in winter: reading, writing, trying to find ways to drag my family to warmer climates, dreaming about the beach, etc. ) Nice thought inducing question, ytsenoh!
I think winter is the best season to write in for selfish reasons. I, too, do not like cold weather. I like the rebirth of things, that's why I like spring and summer. While I can write in any season, turning the depressing effects of a cold season into a productive writing path is a great experience.
Yes, I vote for winter, too. I guess it depends on where you live...but in Michigan where I live you've got to find indoor activities to keep you entertained or you'll pretty much lose your mind. Summer is so short here, if you can get out we all do. But about now (late October), we all start packing up for a long winter. I know it will be about 6 or 7 months of great writing time for me!
Before, your question was presented, I had not really ever thought of it!
But now, that I reflect........it is the doom or darkness of winter, or of soul , that I write the most. Years ago, I did realize that I wrote more in pain, than I did in joy.
In the spring, I am in the "busy" of setting plants, planting seeds, hoping for the next tomorrow. I am busy, planting, tending, growing, reaping......
It is in the darkness of winter, or of soul, than I wish to convey, my link to humanity. I wish to share, recall, bring thougths and memories to the light of day.
I am a child of dark soul, who blossoms in the light of day,
Thanks to you.........for have given me a piece, missing from the puzzle of me.
Because of reflecting upon your question, I understand, myself, just a bit better. Thank you.
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