Oh to wake up and have it done already

Some people sleepwalk.
Some even sleep-eat.
A lot of people sleep-talk.
I'd like to sleep-write. (Do they sell a pill for that?)

10 comments:

Pamela Fagan Hutchins said...

Your profile says it all here. Coffee. Internet. Writing. And that leads to your post :)
And I feel your pain. There's not enough coffee in the world today.....

Linda G. said...

Sleep write? Now, there's a skill I'd love to master!

Carole Anne Carr said...

If you do find one, please let me know!

coffeelvnmom said...

Right guys? Wake up refreshed, find pages upon newly written pages up on the ol' computer screen already... it would be perfect! (As long as it made sense. Which it would. Because writers are geniuses.)

Jen Chandler said...

Sleep writing. Is that like automatic writin? Sign me up!! As long as my sleep-self is a literary genius ;)

Jen

Catherine A. Winn said...

Sleep write sounds wonderous. My dreams are always so exciting, I can only imagine the thrillers, love stories, etc, I could come up with!

coffeelvnmom said...

Yes, Jen - automatic! Wouldn't it be great?

Catherine - No kidding... writing your dreams while you're sleeping? That would be a great pill too!;)

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Maybe you can record yourself sleep-talking and transcribe that into your book?

Jessica Hill said...

That would be amazing! I would love to be able to sleep-write. I'd get so much more finished!

If you find a pill, be sure to let me know. ;)

Lila Swann said...

Ooh, no! There are some scenes that I look forward to for weeks, and when they finally come, writing is fun.

The only non-fun part (and the part I'd want to sleep-write for) are the small bit parts (transition things, or things I have to write to get to an important/fun scene.