Many authors may be looking for ways to become a better writer, and learning what times of the day are most conducive to creative thought can help. Finding the writing sweet spot where words and ideas flow easily from your head to your pen can be a challenge, and although it differs for every person (famous writers included), generally certain types of writing can be done best at each time of day.
[Become a Better Writer] What Time of Day Should I Write?
Writing in the Morning
Studies show most people tend to make more moral decisions and have greater willpower as soon as they wake up. Use this to your advantage to tackle a big project, brain-dump your ideas and get your thoughts down on paper. The morning is not a good time to be editing, however, since the analytical portions of your brain are better harnessed later in the day; the morning can help you be the most creative.