082. Being able to write such suave dialogue, but the sentences that come out of your mouth in real life are horrendous.
081. You’re willing to have it published and read by strangers, but you don’t want your best friend to see it? - Jane; Daria
080. People know you’re good with words and just assume that you’d like to help them write their papers.
079. The technical aspects of your story (i.e. police procedures, the inner workings of a car, etc) have to be right at all times.
078. Wishing your writing was popular… in a good way.
077. Not being sure whether or not you’re getting your point across.
075. Reading something old back and realizing it’s actually kind of good.
074. Your parents are convinced you’re only using the computer to browse the Internet rather than working.
073. Trying to find a comfortable position to sit in takes up more time than actually writing.