Finish This Sentence:

You know you are a writer and/or illustrator when….

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15 Responses to Finish This Sentence:

  1. KM Novels says:

    When you lean back and smile after writing something. It doesn’t matter if it isn’t good. Writing is in the heart, soul, and mind. It should make you happy. Otherwise what’s the point?

  2. Gloria says:

    When you are so much a part of the world you’ve created that you cry when one of your characters dies.

  3. . . .everything you experience sparks a tidbit for your idea notebook

  4. agatharodi says:

    you feel the thrill of wriitng even if it’s a funny piece. Your writing is like the breath you need to take to go on. This deep breath revives the soul, that’s because of your writing!

  5. Nadine Poper says:

    …when a story idea comes to you in the bathroom and you scribble it down on toilet paper with an eye pencil.

  6. …when you can’t stop thinking about your characters, and you can’t wait for the next free moment to write (type) new ideas down! Oh … and that whole deadline thing!

  7. …when your characters wake you up in the middle of the night and demand to have their words written down.

  8. erikammon says:

    you’ve got a journal and pen with you wherever you go!

  9. Janet Bryce says:

    …when you think of a story wherever you are, and you quick grab anything to write on including a napkin.

  10. when you’re up all night working on something that doesn’t feel like work. 🙂

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