We've all been there. You try to explain some writing problem you have to a non-writer and you get this blank look. It's the same look that a six year old child gives you if you ask them to explain the theory of relativity. So, just so you know that you're not alone, here are 13 problems that only writer girls get.
13. You care more about your characters problems than your own.
12. You spend more time talking to the people in your head than real people.
11. You worry that a romantic relationship will impact your characters in some way.
10. You worry that no guy will ever measure up to the ideals set by your characters romantically.
9. You mentally correct everyone's grammar.
8. The agony of writer's block (better described as mental constipation).
7. Clean House = Bad Writing Day, Messy House = Good Writing Day
6. That moment when you're doing the mom/wife/friend thing and realize you'd rather be writing.
5. You collect snippets of conversation for future dialog like squirrel collects nuts.
4. Your To-Do list has items like: Bring back the dead, behead character, figure out how to get 140 year old blood...And it's not wierd at all. (Those are actually items from my to-do lists over the years)
3. Your characters take the story in a whole new (and unexpected) direction.
2. Your internet search history probably has you at the top of every agency list.
1. That moment when you get a new story idea.
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