Some of the questions I get asked most are what I would call procedural questions. What time of day do I write? Do I use a computer or a pen? Was there a specific book that made me want to become a novelist?
Some authors get annoyed by these sorts of questions, but these inquiries actually make sense to me. Writing fiction is a quasi-mysterious act, and one which a lot of people fantasize about undertaking. So it's only natural to wonder what sorts of behaviors you're supposed model. Isn't the best way to learn anything to watch someone else, then do the same thing in the same way?
For those who have long been curious about my work habits (or lack thereof), I offer this interview with the web site A Serial Reader.