WOMEN RULE WRITER: Lit blog of Nuala O'Connor / Nuala Ní Chonchúir
thank you for that link, it's put into words something that I've been finding of late, burning the midnight oil is a young person's game......and isn't it great to be up with the larks when the world's still sleeping...
Aqua - I prefer the mornings too. Not for the dreamstate but for the wakefulness, actually. I'm like a zombie in the evening.
Thanks for sharing the link, Nuala. And for giving Writing4all a wee plug too. Before I landed my current job at W4A, I spent my unemployed mornings writing a novel and it was definitely the best part of the day for me. Now that I'm back to squeezing out an hour or so in the evenings on my writing, I don't get nearly enough done. And my brain has shut down by that stage.
I read that, too. I'm best in the mornings - which is why I'm so frustrated all week long when I can't write until Sat and Sunday! Then I don't have enough time to get everything worked out that I've been thinking about for seven days...one day I'll have my own C Day!Usually spend free time in weekdays working on already written stuff and save the new ideas for the weekend...It's lunch time and my brain's puddled already!
Noola, cranky comment alert.Just delete it.Started on the whiskey in the aftrenoon.Pas un bon idea! left one on the writing for all blog too. and i cant delete that! not that bad but not that good either.I try to be positive these days, or stay quiet! Trying to retrace my virtual staggering steps and reclaim my not so bon mots.Feckin drink I hate it /love it.AArgghh.Pipatotle!
John - it's hard to write after a day's toil, I find. Dilemma for most people.
Rachel - the natural frustrations of the parent-who-writes. Kudos for getting done all that you do.
TFE - it weren't that cranky! Carry on. Nuala x
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