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You know you’re a writer when:
- You accidentally sign your Last Will and Testament using your pen name.
- You know more than 10 synonyms for the word “walk”.
- You eavesdrop in public, listening for new dialogue.
- You “edit” your 8th grader’s term paper and turn it into a historical novella.
- You would rather talk to the people in your head than the ones sitting next to you.
- You mentally edit other people’s dialogue, and add tags.
- You argue with your characters…and lose.
- Finishing a scene or chapter is more important than sleep, eating or bathroom breaks.
- You end an argument by saying, “Oh my gosh, that was brilliant! I need to write that down. What did you say again?”
- Your therapist thinks it’s therapeutic for you to listen to the voices in your head and write about them.