What San Francisco Landmark Best Describes You as a Writer?
When someone interrupts your writing, describe your response.
You have 1 hour to write, where do you go?
Coffee Shop - in a sea of people I feel like my own little productive island.
Scenic Overlook - it helps crystallize my vision and kindles my passion.
Solitary Confinement - seriously, drop me on a deserted island, as long as there are no animal considered even remotely social.
One hour? I never stop. I write everywhere at all times. Are you using that napkin for anything anymore?
When someone gives you writing advice, you:
What best describes your writing style?
Meticulous and focused, every word is strategically placed
Fast and furious, I’ve got lots of ideas to get on paper or my audio notes, and I’ll edit it down some day.
Solitary, I work best when I’m isolated and no one knows my process.
Constant, I never stop scribbling things down, fixing things, organizing things, reshaping things, it’s never perfect and my work is never done.
Describe your relationship with rewriting and editing.
How quickly do you write?
I could finish a chapter in less time than it will take me to finish this quiz.
3 pages a day or thereabouts. Not too fast, not too slow, but consistent and methodical.
I don’t write. I record myself and then have it transcribed, But I speak at roughly 175 words per minute.
3 years later and I’m proud of my first chapter finished.
What best describes the feeling in your stomach at a writing conference?
Who is invited to your feedback group?
No one, I suffer this process alone.
Whoever happens to be sitting around me in a public venue.
I build my critique group like I would a sports team, an elite person to cover each facet.
Just one? I rotate between about six for each draft.
When you finally land a publication, you:
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