Castles wrote:You know you're a writer when... even in the most horrible situations, you're mulling over how you would best write them out
You know you're a writer when you analyse your speech to see whether it would make realistic dialogue.
When ever ink mark or erasing is like the blood coursing through your veins. Forever.
Your vocabulary is so good, you’re friends think you’re an absolute nerd. You indeed love your new and improved vocabulary and choose to flaunt it every chance you get.
Characters become your very best friend – and they’re not even alive! When you counter and literally argue that said characters are indeed alive. Just because someone can’t see anything, doesn’t mean they’re not there.
Samuel Garrison wrote:No E-mail or written letter is ever short. In fact, they’re so long and lengthy, you find yourself constantly apologizing about the enormous amount of pages like you committed a great sort of crime.
You’re dependant on music ninety-nine percent of the time to write anything (like I’m doing now. Sad, really). You’re chatting on a messenger service i.e. Yahoo, and you usually take a considerable amount of time on some occasions to respond because you want to make sure the words you’ve chosen sound articulate and just amazing. Thus, the person you’re talking too assumed that they’ve might have scared you off.
No E-mail or written letter is ever short. In fact, they’re so long and lengthy, you find yourself constantly apologizing about the enormous amount of pages like you committed a great sort of crime.
It’s 4:30 A.M., and you’re still writing.
--you mentally correct anything you read subconsciously with better words and phrasing.
--you are known as "the girl/boy who read books during recess" by those you knew in second grade.
You know you're a writer when life is one big storybook and you constantly narrate it in your head.
you mentally re-write chapters you read in books,
slowly your social life is dissolving,
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