|I'm not sure any of us like|
it when our alarm goes off
And with time being so relative there's moments we wish it to move faster, wish it to slow down. Not sure if you're like myself and my co-workers, but Monday through Friday, we are always saying are we there yet. Of course there refers to the glorious weekend.
So how can we apply the human relationship with time to our writing?
Self-evident is the fact we need to be aware of time in order to write a book in the first place. We need to know how a sequence of events unfold, and know the timeline.
Have a character complain about the fact they have to be up so early in the day. (I know I did this with my FBI agent in Eleven.)