For Fandango’s Provocative Question

When and where do you do your best thinking? Why is that?

I’m not sure where I do my best thinking, or what time of day for that matter. If it is to do with my novel, I don’t tend to write at the same time of the day. A couple of days ago, I wrote so much, and inspiration struck. I did the same thing the next day, and my brain wasn’t able to sort out the flowers from the weeds.

Right now, I should be tired, but I seem to be thinking really clearly about what to write. It could be to do with spending time with my daughter, granddaughter, and husband for tea. In half an hour I’ll be staring at the screen, overtired, and with nothing more to write.

I am guilty, sometimes, of overthinking, so it is nice to turn off all the electric gadgets and just watch a bit of telly. I love Grey’s Anatomy. My daughter said it was good and I have watched 16, nearly 17 series in a couple of months. I don’t have to think when I watch that, so it is a great way to wind down.

Thinking can be over rated, and sometimes all you need is a coffee, cake, and a good show to watch. Not sure if I will be able to do that tonight. Hubby is going through all the channels and not actually watching anything.

I’ll probably work on my website for a little while, and hopefully he will make up his mind. Either that, or he will give up and go to sleep and I can watch a bit more Grey’s Anatomy.

Published by writerravenclaw

I am a fifty something mother of two grown up children, and one beautiful grandchild. I have been married for nearly thirty-four years. My first book was published ten years ago. I wrote my book Sticks and Stones because of my experience of being bullied at school.

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