by, Kasie West
9- You hear voices in your head and the only way to silence them is to tell their story.
8- The best way for someone to become your friend is for them to tell you they love your work.
7- The easiest way for someone to become your enemy is for them to criticize your work.
6- You are rejected more now than you ever were in high school.
5- Your daily mood is directly correlated to your daily word count.
4- The blinking cursor has become your nemesis. Seriously, as in, if there were a way to kill it, you would.
3- You spend more time with your imaginary friends than with your real ones (and you’re perfectly fine with that).
2- If you’re not writing you’re wishing you were.
1- For you, writing falls into the same category as breathing, eating, and sleeping (the last two being optional).
I made this list when I first started writing and it hasn't changed much. What about you? Can you add anything the list? How do people know you're a writer?