While cloudy days aren't my favourite, they do make for some pretty photos.
Here’s the topic on this week’s Romance Writers Weekly Blog Hop:
What is your favorite kind of weather? Does it inspire your writing?
Today is a dangerous day to be answering this question. The view out my window is grey and gloomy, and we’ve had a lot of fog lately. The trade off is that the weather is much warmer than usual. But in January, I’d rather have several degrees below freezing and blue skies than melting and overcast. Winter is never over here until April, so this warm spell is just a terrible tease.
I live in a place where the changing of the seasons makes a dramatic difference to the amount of sunshine we get. On the shortest days of December, we get less than 7.5 hours of it (when it’s not hiding behind the clouds).
So for me, any day with sunshine is my favourite. I have more energy, feel more positive, and look forward to sitting at my keyboard. If it’s really nice, I’ll go outside to write, and the words often seem to flow easier and faster when I do.
What about you? What’s your favourite weather? Leave a comment below, then hop over to Jill Haymaker for her take on the weather!
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