Who, What, When, Where, Why
The Five W's.
Today I'm turning the Tiki Hut over to you.
Answer any or all of the questions. Or comment about something else entirely. I'm easy :)
Who do you like to write about - fictional characters or real people?
What genre does your work fall in, for the most part? Is it the same genre you prefer to read?
When is your favorite writing time? Your most productive time?
Where do you write? Are you desk bound or do you grab your laptop and head to the coffee shop or beach?
Why do you write?
I prefer to write about fictional characters because I can make them as interesting or as boring as I need them to be. And I don't need to wonder if they'll still speak to me the next day.
I write mystery, suspense, and romance blended together. It's my favorite genre to read.
I love to write late at night, but when I do, my brain won't turn off and I don't sleep. So I write a little each morning, and do most of my writing in the afternoons.
I'm not desk bound, but my desk is my favorite place to write. If I venture out with the laptop, it's more difficult for the writing part of my brain to open up. Probably because I don't do it enough.
As someone else said on another post ... I write because I can't not write. I write to get the stories out of my head, but writing is definitely a path that chose me.