Writing to the Weather

I have nothing to blog about today.

But I wonder how everyone else’s writing is going? Good now that spring is almost here? Or, is the sun peeking through the clouds only making you want to abandon the computer for some outside time?

How does weather and the time of year affect your writing time?


5 thoughts on “Writing to the Weather

  1. Personally, I’ve found weather affects how much I write, but not what.

    If anything, it’s memories of particular weather, particular times, that do affect the topic of my writing.

  2. Autumn. The hot coffee, the warm throw, and the colours of inspiration. I just love it.

    Now I wish I could post with out wordpress logging me off. My apologies if this is repeated. 🙂

  3. Ah, weather or to discuss whether the weather is good, bad or ugly. I live in a place that features the weather report at the top of the evening news. Even though we have nine months of summer, there is always the threat of stormy weather, rainy weather and …

    I’ve learned to pretty much ignore it. Loved sitting by the window and watching the snow or listening to the rain. Doesn’t affect when or how I write, but I like adding bits and pieces of what’s happening out there in some of my stories 🙂

  4. I love beginning new work in the spring especially since I spend a lot of time outdoors. Nothing makes me feel more like writing than a warm spring day. 🙂

    PS. I tagged you in a Lucky 7 meme. If you’d like to play along come check it out. It’s not too frightening, I promise. 🙂

  5. To all who commented,

    How funny that I put up a post on weather, and then my area got hit with a mega-snowstorm that left us with no power on Wednesday (6am to 11:30pm) and my twins not having to go to school on Wednesday or Thursday, and probably Friday.

    Weather sure has thrown a wrench in my well-laid writing plans for the week. I haven’t written/edited one word!

    Guess this post was appropriate huh?


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