Writing problems #63  You spend more time planning what you are going to write then actually writing.

Writing problems You spend more time planning what you are going to write then actually writing. *than but so true.

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Writing problems # 74 You spend time scrolling through 'Writing Problems' posts, nodding at how acturate they are, when you should be writing.

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oh, yeah. It's so clear in my head, but there's a disconnect to my fingers. (PJO) it's like a movie, but more complex and I can't write the script

Writing Problems | Or really they talk every single time when you CAN'T write but then when you can, suddenly they're mute. Or when you're in church and can't write without feeling awkward 'cause you're not taking notes on the sermon.....

Writing Problems: Or really they talk every single time when you CAN'T write but then when you can, suddenly they're mute.

Writing Problems --- Actually, when writing nonfiction, you'll almost certainly spend about 70-80% of your time doing research, about 5-10% of your time writing, and 15-20% of your time rewriting. Is that 100%? Well, fortunately, math skills are not required to write.

Me and my stupid Roman and Greek names that I INSIST have to have some obscure connection to their personality

"Um... a peppy little story about a serial killer who just kidnapped a little girl and the FBI is desperately trying to save her?..."

Writing Problem is pretty relevant for me, since I always get stuck on how to explain what it is I'm writing.

Writing problems #116  When you end up more emotional about a scene than your character does.

Writing problems When you end up more emotional about a scene than your character does hahahahha so true

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