Writing in the Evening

United States
February 16, 2013 4:22pm CST
Several writers find writing in the evening to be the best time for them. Work and school days are finished, and once supper is done, their time is their own. Evening allows writers to settle down and reflect on their notes from odd times earlier in the day, and resume work on unfinished pieces. Writing in the evening separates the writer from cares and responsibilities of the day and allows for a clear head to develop characters and settings and compose reviews. The evening is quite a serene time of day in which to write.
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@wolfie34 (26792)
• United Kingdom
3 Mar 13
Looking back when I used to do a lot of writing, I would stay up till the early hours of the morning writing, I found at that time I got more peace and quiet than if I did it during the day. I would wait until my parents had gone to bed and I would go downstairs, plug my walkman in and let the creative juices flow. I was at my creativity peak at night.
• United States
4 Mar 13
Hey wolfie! Thanks for joining in this discussion on writing in the evening. For my part, I have found it easier to write in the evening, especially after writing content all day. Writing in the evening gives me a chance to finish my morning writing on others' behalf, fit in a few household and garden chores, maybe a hike with my dog, have a bit of dinner, then settle into writing for pleasure. My creative muse seems to flow nicely when writing in the evening.
@subhojit10 (7382)
• India
21 Feb 13
Thanks a ton for sharing this discussion. Well yes u are absolutely right, for a writer it is very important to get thoughts come in a smoother way and if there is any kind of distraction, then they wont be able to pen down their thoughts properly. so may be when every thing is done, writers can pen down their thoughts and evening is the best time for this. What say?
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• United States
21 Feb 13
Heya subhojit, nice to see you today. Evenings are a natural time for things to settle down, when writers have an easier time of finding a moment to make masterpieces of the day's ideas. Writing in the evening allows us a clearer perspective on our work.