In Stephen King's book, On Writing, he talks about his daily routine. He's a morning guy, and that's when he writes, until about lunch time. When I read that, I wondered if I could pull it off; if could even find my muse before noon. I normally write at night when everyone is in bed (like now). It's quiet, and it's when I feel most creative. I normally go to bed between 12:30 and 1:30 a.m. and get up between 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., but since I started writing more regularly, I'll go three to four weeks of sleeping fine and then insomnia will visit me without warning. She's a spontaneous little pain.
Updates: As warned earlier, because NaNoWriMo is next month, don’t expect to hear too much from me other than to check in here and there. The book tentatively titled “Twisted Christmas,” featuring one of my stories, has been changed to “A Merry Scary Christmas,” and rumor has it, it will be available within a week.