May – from tiny idea to the book shops. What is your writing process?

Have you ever wondered how a writer begins a book? Where do they get their ideas?


Where do they find the time to write if they have a full-time job, a family and all the other stuff that goes with real life?


Do they lock themselves away in an office, roaring log fire, classical music in the background with the other half nervously knocking (don’t want to disturb the master/mistress at work)on the door with a steaming cuppa?


Or do they write at the kitchen table in between wiping snotty noses (the kids, not their own. Could be their own, I guess), with a family that thinks their ‘hobby’ would be best suited to knitting/golf/horse racing/whatever?

If you’re a fledgling writer — hey, ANY writer — check back here because this month writers will be revealing their writing process.

Do YOU want to write for WWBB? Feast your eyes on the button to the right of the screen and click on Monthly Themes for WWBB, pick your month and then let me know by contacting me via the ‘contact me’ button top left of the screen.

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2 thoughts on “May – from tiny idea to the book shops. What is your writing process?

  1. Really? Hi, Louise. This sounds very interesting. I juggle an 11 hour day job, so I will be very curious to see how other writers get their work in. Thanks for sharing. I will be back for sure.

    -Jimmy

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  2. That's a punishing working schedule you have, James. 😦

    The thing about writing is it's often a pleasure and a need, and I think that's why the majority of writers stick at it.

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