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Because time and space are dimensions of reality in which we all live, yet we each experience different kinds and degrees of control over them, this chapter poses a series of questions that will help you discern which time frames, spaces, and habits work best for you as a writer.

Discussion Questions

  1. What do you know about yourself as a writer? Are you, by nature, a morning, afternoon, or evening person? What is the ideal stretch of time for you to get substantive writing done?
  2. How does who you are as a writer intersect with your life, and how you keep track of your writing?
  3. How can you make steady progress week by week?
  4. What qualities of space do you need for writing, and what is or could be in your writing space?