Preparing for fall

I recently found out that my youngest will have to go to an a.m. class (our neighborhood is on an afternoon bus route, but there are not enough students to hold afternoon-only classes for his age group) when he starts school this fall, which means that both kids will be out of the house first thing in the morning (7 a.m. if they take the bus, 8 a.m. if I drive them) and I will have Prime Time for writing! Yesssss….feel free to give me a virtual fist-bump šŸ˜‰

I have been taking what time I can eke out of my day to pull out my novel research and pre-writing. I’m lining up my writing reference books (a la Heather Seller’s most excellent Chapter by Chapter) and catching up on my Books 100 (another Sellers suggestion). I’ve been checking my plot outline and doing small character studies.

I’m getting ready for the open-ended writing time I’ve been craving since my first child was born. What do you do to get ready? What’s your writing schedule? Do you have one?

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One comment on “Preparing for fall

  1. Miss GOP says:

    Good news! I really support creating this kind of writing routine–especially if the morning tends to work best for you. I’m also a morning writer. =)

    This is one of the questions I ask in my current Author Interview series over at my blog. It’s fascinating and helpful to hear how other writers work. Thanks and congrats on your good news!

    -Miss GOP

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