The Werewolf Project: 63,021
The writing is definitely a slog at this point. I’ll get through it, somehow. But it’s going to be tough.
Lately, I’ve been reading about how Neil Gaiman goes to write in his gazebo, which involves going out in -20º F weather. The gazebo is heated, but it still strikes me as being… well, decidedly uncomfortable. As for me, I tend to be one of those people who has to be comfortable when writing: full tummy (or at least a decent amount of sugar in the brain), warm, not too tired….
I’ve been thinking about the contrast. Would a little bit of hardship an isolation help me? After all, I’m certainly not a great famous writer. On the other, it beats not being able to write at all, which is what happens when I’m not really comfortable.
Oh, and if you’re curious about famous authors’ writing spaces, check out Kyle Cassidy’s Where I Write project.