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Insomniacs Anonymous 3-24-17

WriteOwls logo 150 blackYou’re awake. Instead of writing the Great American Novel—or even a mediocre one—you’re reading our blog. Okay, then. We offer a topic; you respond. Let your fellow writers inspire you, and return to that manuscript refreshed.

What’s your favorite book on writing?

Insomniacs Anonymous 3-17-17

WriteOwls logo 150 blackYou’re awake. Instead of writing the Great American Novel—or even a mediocre one—you’re reading our blog. Okay, then. We offer a topic; you respond. Let your fellow writers inspire you, and return to that manuscript refreshed.

It’s St. Patrick’s Day. Have you been blessed with the luck of the Irish? Tell us about your lucky break as a writer.

Insomniacs Anonymous 3-10-17

WriteOwls logo 150 blackYou’re awake. Instead of writing the Great American Novel—or even a mediocre one—you’re reading our blog. Okay, then. We offer a topic; you respond. Let your fellow writers inspire you, and return to that manuscript refreshed.

Who are your favorite writers to follow on Twitter?

Insomniacs Anonymous 3-3-17

WriteOwls logo 150 blackYou’re awake. Instead of writing the Great American Novel—or even a mediocre one—you’re reading our blog. Okay, then. We offer a topic; you respond. Let your fellow writers inspire you, and return to that manuscript refreshed.

What’s the highest word count you’ve achieved in a single writing session? What made you so successful? How did you accomplish it?

Insomniacs Anonymous 12-16-16

WriteOwls logo 150 blackYou’re awake. Instead of writing the Great American Novel—or even a mediocre one—you’re reading our blog. Okay, then. We offer a topic; you respond. Let your fellow writers inspire you, and return to that manuscript refreshed.

When you write a scene, do you rough it in first or dive write in? (Couldn’t resist the pun.)