You are a writer. Just what does that look like?
- You introduce yourself through your books.
- You are not super organized unless it comes to plotting.
- You are a pantser and make up your story as you go.
- You thrive on deadlines.
- Deadlines are your enemy.
- Your favourite topic is your latest novel.
- You are anti-social and hide behind your computer.
- You find yourself the centre of attention and love it.
- You know your characters better than you know yourself.
- Your characters are an extension of yourself.
- You forget your surroundings because you are plotting your novel.
- You prefer writing to publicity.
- You go with the flow.
- You must have a definite plan.
- You thrive on chaos.
- You are energized in a group.
- Privacy is your middle name.
- Your mood depends on how many pages you wrote today.
- You write in big chunks of time.
- You write in any available sections of time.
- Your email box buries you in panic.
- You avoid writing like the plague.
- You worry about what your reviewers say.
- Your reality is your latest writing project.
Who are you? No matter your response to the statements above, you are a writer because writers come in all shapes and sizes. We are as varied as our words.
Who are you? You are a writer. The only thing holding you back is you.
Pick up your pen. Be true to yourself. And write.