from the Metro by Natalie Morris
Any writer will tell you the setting where you write can impact your work.
The right view can inspire the most beautiful prose, or the silence of a city at night can give you the brain space to unpick complex plot points.
You don’t have to have a luxury writing room in your home, or an idyllic hideaway in the hills to write great work though. Creating the optimum writing setting can be as simple as rearranging your desk, or making sure the lighting is right.
So much of writing comes down to listening to your inspiration – going with it when it flows, and giving yourself time when it doesn’t.
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