10 things not to say to a writer: the answers

I love this!

writing with both sides of my brain

The original post of 10 worst things to say to a writer is here.

Elizabeth over at Elizabeth’s Ramblings reblogged this with her own answers.   Writers are liars.

I finally got around to doing my own answers and here they are:      ENJOY!


1.  So, you’re still writing your little Poetry book? 


Yes, the voices in my head aren’t finished yet.


2.  Must be nice not having a real job. 


They don’t allow people who hear voices to have real jobs.  I have to spend all my time listening to the voices.


3.  Writing doesn’t sound too difficult.


Writing sounds like ‘click, click, click, click,….”


OR – Why don’t you go write something then.  I’d be more than happy to pass it on to my publisher (the voices).


4.  I always thought I’d write a book after I retire, once I…

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