I think the hard work of writing is just how long a book is terrible before it’s good.
Writers know casting a spell over readers requires the right words, a dash of wit, a winsome cast, and a wealth of imagination. In short, writing takes a bit of magic. Collectively, we share many of the same highs and lows when it comes to mastering the craft and creating a book.
However, as individuals, our writing is as unique and personal as our Patronus. The Struggle™ for one writer is a non-issue for another–my enjoyable creative exercise may be your own personal Dementor. Today, I’ll be sharing some writerly strengths and weaknesses you might experience based on your Hogwarts house.
Writers can be a forgetful crew. Not everyone has people and places crammed in their noggin alongside the daily To Do. Sometimes, stuff will slip. Our scatterbrains can only do so much.
Here’s a handy list of the top 10 most common things writers forget.