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It’s Snowing in My Head

Snow Drift

Today’s topic comes from QSFer Janet Gershen-Siegel:

Because it is snowing and snowing here (Boston), how does the weather affect your writing? What happens when it essentially becomes a character? E. g. I am going to write some massive winter scenes because I have 6 foot piles of snow in my front yard. Hey, write what you know!

It’s a good question – how does the weather ouside affect your writing?

Are you more productive when it rains, or when it’s sunny outside?

Has that snow drift just outside your window somehow found its way into your story?


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