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Writers, what time of day do you normally write?

I usually write anytime of the day whenever I feel inspired.

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Actually, writing is a great task which could be done at any point in time based on your approach, mental conditioning and emotional regulation. More often than not, we are often stressed out or experience a writer's block, but nevertheless, it is not what you write that count; rather it is your STYLE OF EXPRESSION that matter most. Writing in the night is often more filled with positive experience, going by the atmosphere of such period. Idea is not scarce, and one of the greatest limitation experience by writer that often doesn't make their work go far is LACK OF RESEARCH. Many writers write base on mood and emotion, but I advise you to find interesting topics, search on google, read massively different pdf, and use those ideas to unlock yours using your divine insight, inspiration and creative expression. What make it difficult to write is lack of idea and interest. Research gives you idea and direction to bring your own unique idea into surface, while writing in a clam environment and serene atmosphere such as in the nights gives you more ability to focus on creative expression, good styles of word linking and powers of word delivery. Thank you.

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Im a teen, i have a wattpad app where i write stories, i usually write in my free time or usually at night. but it also depends on you. i do writing to waste my free time and to let my creatifity flow, but if your an actual writer its probably better to do it when you feel most productif on the day, like if your a morning person, you should do it in the mornings, this really depends on each person, and when they feel most productif

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It may be counter intuitive but writing by mood will likely leave you crashed upon the rocks. Some just jot ideas down when they get them and later go back and review such. But the craft of writing would seem to require more disciplined approach than relying on mood. Whatever system you use, you apply it religiously. This article may be helpful:

https://writingcooperative.com/want-to-be-a-great-writer-then-dont-focus-on-writing-do-this-instead-120bf7ba7061

Posted on Apr 05, 2019

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