Sunday, April 27, 2008

You know you're a writer when...

Carlene Duda
I found this in my file cabinet. I thought you could relate. I'm 9 for 9. Let me know if I nailed you!
You know you're a writer when..... sleep with a note pad and pencil by your bed. can write in the dark with the lights off. carry a note book with you all the time. write on the back of receipts.
...ideas just pop into your head.'re talking to someone about something and they say to you - you should write a book about that. mumble-I already have.
...everything sounds like a book title. have a file drawer of "want to be books".

P.S. See you all at Women's Conference this week.


Christine Thackeray said...

Interesting list. I've got the last ones down but I don't write as much as I should- I do bring my laptop everywhere with me- does that count?

Marsha Ward said...

What a good list, Carlene! Thanks for reminding me of a few things I could be doing.

I wish I could go to Women's Conference, but I don't live in Utah, and I'm saving to go to a writers conference in San Antonio in October, as well as the one I'm attending in Scottsdale, AZ in June--just before the 6 7 8 Conference. That's another event that sounds intriguing, but I don't live in Utah. [sigh] So many conferences, so litte time and money.

JoAnn Arnold said...

Yup, yup, yup. I can relate to all those, as well. Some people may think its rather odd to have those unique qualities, but I think they're perfect.