A writer’s brunch

20150118_135408Poached eggs, baked beans, microwave baked tomatoes, Wheat, Spelt and Rye toast, orange juice and of course the writer’s staple Coffee. 

Writing on an empty stomach is never a good idea, so my Sunday morning treat is a brunch fit for a writer to keep me fuelled up in the freezing snowy weather while I write. I have a good feeling that the pot of coffee being kept warm in the machine and this brunch bodes well for a good afternoon of writing. Chapter eight here I come.

Although it has made me wonder what special Sunday habit’s you have as ritual precursors to your writing?

About V C Willow

V C Willow has always loved to write and read for pleasure. During her teenage years she wrote a lot of poetry but graduated to writing Science Fiction, Fantasy, Epic Fiction, Urban Fantasy and Suspense as she reached her twenties. She is a geek and comic nerd. A very keen reader, an enthusiastic cook and gardener and loves to craft. She's even been known to get down and dirty and do some DIY. V.C live in Manchester, England with her ball of cat fluff, Willow. She is currently writing her début fantasy novel. You can follow her authors page on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/vcwillow Connect with her on Linked in at: uk.linkedin.com/pub/vc-willow/4b/b90/521 Follow her on Twitter: https://twitter.com/inquisitivevic Follow her on Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/user/show/5563938-v-c-willow )O(
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2 Responses to A writer’s brunch

  1. Michelle says:

    I find I can’t write on too heavy a stomach or I’ll want to sleep. I also need to make sure I don’t have any distracting thoughts. They prevent me getting even the first word written.

    I hope you have a wonderfully imaginative afternoon, and we’ll see you in the middle of the night when you emerge again.

  2. Jim says:

    Getting out of bed.

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