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    Sam Kowal
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    @princessfoo XD I agree 😀

    I once thought about writing something with people who could control electrons in small amount and thus have power over the form of matter itself, but I haven’t gone any further with that

    *Giarstanornarak tries to melt chair*

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    N. C.
    @daughteroftheking
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    You know you’re a writer when you know some songs that simply MUST be turned into stories.

    But not without regard for the double negative!

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    Kate Flournoy
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    @sam-kowal I know! Crazy. I love it. 😛


    Dekreel
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    You know you’re a writer AND a fangirl/fanboy when you include names, cameos and/or easter eggs in your stories of things you love

    *blinks away heart eyes….*

    Pronounced DEE-kreel. ENFJ -T (or am I an ENFP…)
    And no, I am not a wolf. I’m NOT!

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    Louise Fowler
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    You know you’re a writer if you get excited when you see the “You Know You Are a Writer When…” topic has been updated.

    Currently reading The Count of Monte Cristo

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    Dekreel
    @dekreel
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    @perfectfifths  Glad I could help 😉 XD

    Pronounced DEE-kreel. ENFJ -T (or am I an ENFP…)
    And no, I am not a wolf. I’m NOT!

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    Aislinn Mollisong
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    You know you’re a writer when you read/watch something, and actually say out loud, “Emotion telling” “Overview telling” “Overuse of adjectives” and other writer-y thingys such as these things.

    You know you’re a writer when find old Persian words from your Apologetics curriculum and think, “No one would know if I stole this word and used it in my book.”

    You know you’re a writer when you forget said word several times and have to stick a post-it on your computer that says “Tipsarru: REMEMBER IT!!! -N2A” (meaning Nikko to Aislinn)

    Signed, Aislinn of Aethasia.
    *salute*

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