Me: What should I blog today?
Mind: Well, how am I supposed to know?
Me: Well…you’re my mind.
Mind: I resign. I think I’m going to switch minds.
Me: That’s not scientifically, physically, or mentally possible.
Mind: I’m your mind. I create your thoughts. Appreciate me.
After a long, drawn-out battle, my mind and I finally agreed on…this post. A test showing what kind of writer you are. All you have to do is answer the questions below, calculate your answers, and this part is very important: TELL ME IN THE COMMENTS. So, without further ado, let’s go!
It’s Bedtime, but You’re on a Streak. You:
A) Close the computer resignedly like a good little girl (or boy) and go to sleep.
B) Bargain with your parents for a little more time.
C) Grumble all the way up the stairs and vow that you’ll avenge yourself one day.
D) Throws a hysterical fit that make people 20 miles away think that there’s been a slight earthquake
You Have Writer’s Block. You:
A) Close the computer and take a break for a while, doodling something maybe or take a walk.
B) Sit at the computer and think. And think. AND THINK.
C) Talk with your writing buddies about how hard writing is.
D) I HATE YOU WRITER’S BLOCK. I HATE YOU. I HATE YOU. I HATE YOU!! YOU ARE THE DEVIL THAT IS TRAPPED INSIDE A COMPUTER. I HATE YOU!!
You’re Pretty Much Dying to Write, But No Inspiration. You:
A) Take a break and come back refreshed morphing a character called Angelina Evangeline Rosetta Janelle Diana Mariana Laurella Smith.
B) Go through your old, forgotten drafts and try to revise a few.
C) Talk with your sympathetic writing friends who give you the advice to write something about a swarm of bees and build from there. (AKA you, Tess)
D) Throw your computer out the window and wonder what would happen if it hit someone. Doesn’t care.
It’s Time. For Plotting. You:
A) Get all the workbooks you can and form a 200-page outline of your novel that’s probably longer than the actual thing.
B) Write a few character profiles maybe, and then the basic idea.
C) Shrug. Whatever. Just the basic idea – who has time for anything else?
D) NO PLOT FOR ME, MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. PANTSING FOREVER!! MWAHAHAHAHAHAHA.
Your Story Just Got the Rudest, Most Negative Feedback Ever. You:
A) Thank them for the “feedback” and look at the good reviews to console yourself, and remember that different people have different opinions.
B) Cry and start the Great Flood all over again.
C) Write tear-filled, anger-filled posts for week and sob to your sympathetic writing friends.
D) Scream at the person, call them names and make them feel miserable. Then, stalk them and try to figure out their address so you can get revenge.
Your Plot Doesn’t Make Sense at all and You’re Feeling Discouraged. You:
A) Relax a little and read a few good books for inspiration. Oh, and look at pretty boards on Pinterest. ALWAYS.
B) Slowly delete it and rewrite it. Oh, well.
C) Cry to your sympathetic writing friends, (wow, they’re like an icon) and they tell you to put in a scene with a swarm of bees.
D) Get really mad at writing and vow never to write ever, ever, ever, ever again. Then, you scream and throw your brand new computer out of the window. Again.
Your Novel Just Got Published! You:
A) Mention it to your friends but try not to make a big deal out of it. After all, it’s just another story…right?
B) Shriek with joy and hug your novel.
C) Talk about it…a lot…but your sympathetic writing friends are amazing and put up with you.
D) HEY, HEY. MY NOVEL JUST GOT PUBLISHED. YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS? I’M THE BEST WRITER EVER! WAY BETTER THAN YOU. HAHAHAHA. I’M THE BEST. HAHA.
If you got mostly As: You are the Dedicated Writer. You are the person every writing individual aspires to be – calm, level-headed, knows when to stop for a break…with a perfect plan for everything and never, ever, quits.
If you got mostly Bs: You are the Turbulent Writer. You are the person who gets a little bit overexcited and quits occasionally but tries to make up for it. You like to plan a bit, but only a bit.
If you got mostly Cs: You are the Social Writer. Where would you be without your army of sympathetic writing friends? You love hearing good feedback, and sometimes bad comments hurt you. A lot. However, you mostly pick yourself up.
If you got mostly Ds: You are the Mentally Ill Writer. You are crazy, insane, ridiculous, and overall must go to a mental institution. You have a lot of energy, and has great ideas, but struggles with bringing them to life.
So…that was SO MUCH FUN. I got all Bs, so I’m a Turbulent Writer! In fact, the Turbulent Writer is pretty much just me. XD Now, what did you get? I’m pretty much dying to know. XD So, hurry up and tell me! I’ll give you a doughnut! 😉