What is your favorite season to write in, and why?

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  1. ytsenoh profile image82
    ytsenohposted 7 years ago

    What is your favorite season to write in, and why?

  2. VeronicaFarkas profile image80
    VeronicaFarkasposted 7 years ago

    Oh, undoubtedly fall... the colors, smells, tastes, sports, school, kids, change of major seasons, etc.

  3. abradford55 profile image61
    abradford55posted 7 years ago

    It is by far Fall. Theres just something that surounds it that continues inspires me.

  4. Erin LeFey profile image75
    Erin LeFeyposted 7 years ago

    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!

  5. nasake profile image59
    nasakeposted 7 years ago

    Autumn! hands down, my favourite part of the year in regards to all aspects of life.

  6. TToombs08 profile image78
    TToombs08posted 7 years ago

    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. yikes) Nice thought inducing question, ytsenoh!

  7. ytsenoh profile image82
    ytsenohposted 7 years ago

    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.

  8. robyna profile image60
    robynaposted 7 years ago

    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. big_smile  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! smile

  9. onegoodwoman profile image74
    onegoodwomanposted 7 years ago

    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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