BRIDGET WHELAN writer

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The way your brain works at night is different to any other time, says novelist Erin Morgenstern QUOTES FOR WRITERS

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I like to call it night-time brain: the way your mind seems to function on a different frequency than it does during daylight hours – which can be good or bad but also can lead to unexpected epiphanies or experiences that wouldn’t be the same at any other time of day.
Erin Morgenstern

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3 comments on “The way your brain works at night is different to any other time, says novelist Erin Morgenstern QUOTES FOR WRITERS

  1. glenavailable
    July 17, 2016

    From the author of the 2011 bestselling novel THE NIGHT CIRCUS (reputedly born from NaNoWriMo),about a Victorian-era London magical circus open only from sunset to sunrise, I’d say she’s in a position to know.

    • bridget whelan
      July 17, 2016

      Like her description of all her creative work: “fairy tales in one way or another…”

  2. christineplouvier
    July 17, 2016

    Works for me. When I was writing my first novel, most of the creative stuff came between 10 pm and 2 am. During the day, I proofread, revised, and did research.

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