It’s time for another ‘You Too?’ post, where I ask you a writing-related question and you share your thoughts.
Today’s post is about your writing routine.
There are so many suggestions out there about writing routines. Some people say get up early and write before your household wakes up. Others say ditch the evening television program and write instead. Some say you should write every day. Other say you should only write when you feel like it.
In my experience, each writer is different. There is no one-size-fits-all writing routine. There’s the routine that works for you on this project.
With that in mind, I’m really curious to find out about your personal writing routine.
So here are the questions:
- When is your best writing time? Early morning? Late at night?
- Do you write every day? Every second day? Just when the mood takes you?
- Do you aim for a word count? Do you set a time limit?
- Do you find your routine changes depending on what writing project you’re working on?
Please feel free to add any details about your writing routine in the comments. If you’ve got any tips on how you’ve sneaked extra writing time into your day, or found ways to improve the quality of your writing routine, we’re all ears!
This post is yours to take in whatever direction you feel like. Let’s start discussing!
P.S. I’m almost ready to release Baverstock’s Allsorts Volume 1: A Collection of Short Stories. This week I’m giving away free copies of the e-book in exchange for honest reviews on Amazon or Goodreads. If you’re interested in getting a copy, e-mail me at jessica AT creativitysworkshop DOT com or leave a comment below and I’ll follow up with an e-mail.