Born to be a WriterWas born as a writer
I was born a writer. You are?
These are 12 qualities you could have if you are a born writer. Fictitious people are your best friend. You' re writing down every opportunity you get. Her nightstand has a stylus, scarcely readable remains of papers and a pile of different sized books containing some of the things you will (hopefully) use.
You' d still be a writer even if you don't get a paycheck and never become a number one bestseller writer. I am a writer because I have to, even if I never get wealthy and popular (but it would be nice). You' ve grown up with your fictional mates in your fictional world. Don't tell anyone about my fictional boyfriends.
You' re looking for the right words before letting someone else do the story. And you could even criticize other people's tales in a mental way. When I' m typing for an hour or two every single working Day, I feeling finished when I've found the right words or phrases. I' often work on other people' s spelling in my mind. Sitting down to start off in the mornings, you wonder where the meal is when your hosts invite you to lunch (or ask you why the meal isn't done yet).
When I' m not done, nothing else really matter. They have their own heads. And every now and then when you sat down to type, your character hums in your ears and tells you what they've done and what their future aspirations and aspirations are while you've been at it.
The strangest time for my protagonists to speak to me is when I fall over. You' re sneaking around watching and listening to conversation to get an idea for a story and person. I' ve always been a public observer. So I like to get up on a little road nook, listening to conversation or watching folks in shops (some have asked me if I'm safe) before I take out my little notepad and write down story lines.
Seating at a bar is one of the best places to be. They are better in written than verbal form. If it'?s too difficult to say in private, I write down my feelings on a piece of cardboard. Everyone's expertise is food to be used in written form. The best way to write a prompt is through oral history, because it is about what happens to humans and how they do it.