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If I sit down and try and write during the day, it is a real struggle and often I end up rewriting it all later that night anyway! I definitely do my best work in the wee hours of the morning. I sleep better after a good long writing session too! :-)
Former early bird now transformed into a night owl...it's now 1:32 a.m. and I'm trolling all my favorite social media sites for ways to connect.
However, when it comes to work, I need to hit my desk first thing and knock it out early. Otherwise, my head fills up with distractions and I never quite get on track. So my resistance to sleep is not helping my productivity.
Well just to buck the trend I will add my penny's worth.
I am lucky enough to write when I want to, no matter the time of day, most of the time. Partly because I run my own company and that takes a lot of my time so I am limited in how much of the day I can devout to the writing. I am writing now and its lunch time here in Scotland. Once I am in the story to be honest the actual time becomes moot, the writing world just takes all my attention. You should see how high I jump when someone invades my space. Anyway talking of writing it is time to return to the Everlasting and Fantastical Adventures in the Land of Dreams...
Good luck to all!
I wrote most of my novella, Welcome to Scranton, at night between 7 and 10 p.m. I'm generally a night person. But I did a lot of it between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. I found that my concentration in the morning was much stronger. There are fewer distractions, at least for me, in the morning.