The process, itself, is not nearly as entertaining as the result. I can't imagine anyone being interested in how I write, unless they wish to be a writer, themselves.
There is no romance. It's quite dull. I write in a room with a view, but I face my desk towards the wall, to avoid distractions.
When I wrote fiction in college, I used to employ yellow legal pads and create the first draft in long-hand. Today I compose directly on the computer (mainly due to my typing speed improving, so that I can keep up with the thoughts in my head). Typing is a practical time-saver, allowing me to write much faster than I did before.
Editing happens both on the computer and via hard copy. The hard copy is required to catch typos. It is too easy to mistake an 'a' for an 'e' on a computer screen.
Editing and revision is probably the most important aspect of writing, in my opinion. Rare is the work that can not be improved with judicious editing!