You know you are a writer when…
You keep your phone next to you when you fall asleep, just incase you get a great idea to write down in the middle of the night.
You plan on writing all night, but decide once you get home from work to watch TV. fail.
Your search history could scare someone or bring the FBI to your door.
Your dreams are so vivid and you find yourself thinking mid-dream “Wow, that would make a great story!”
You have certain pens you work with and certain ones you hate.
Teachers told you “You daydream too much.” as a child.
You love writing, but hate it in the same breath.
You fight the urge to sit down and write.
You constantly think about stories. You breath, sleep, and eat stories. They are your air.
Your go to writing clothes are either your PJs or your workout clothes!
You don’t get enough time to read ALL the books you want to read.
You’ve heard one of these questions (or all of them) before, “Are you done with your book yet?” or “When are you going to be published?”
You either HATE editing or
revising or you love it. I hate it. How about you? Your overactive imagination scares you when you are home alone.
Add some of your own “You know you are a writer, when…” scenarios in the comments.