What happens on a good writing day:
5am – Alarm rings. Wake up. Coffee.
5:30am – Turn on Freedom. Write.
7:30am – Household wakes. Spend time with the hubby and daughter.
1pm – Daughter’s naptime. Write.
3pm – Daughter wakes up. Spend time with family and continue with the rest of the day.
7:30-8pm – Daughter’s bedtime. Write. Finish a scene, makes notes for the next.
What typically happens on a writing day:
5am – Alarm rings. Snooze till 6am.
6am – Wake up. Coffee. Write. (check mail and facebook in between, just a bit)
7:30am – Household wakes. Family time.
1pm – Daughter’s naptime. Write. Hang on, need to research 19th century handcuffs. Ooh, need a slow cooker. Or let’s look at Apple Watch reviews.
3pm – Daughter wakes up. Continue with rest of the day.
7:30pm – Daughter’s bedtime. Attempt to write. Delete ‘the’, change ‘then’ for ‘however’. Fall asleep in front of computer. Ah fergeddit, Penny Dreadful is on. Join Hubby on the couch.