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    We don't talk to ourselves, we talk to the people we created from nothing

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    • Danielle Chaney

      I guess this means I should actually write stuff down then, otherwise I'm just talking to imaginary people without an excuse

    • Lizabeth Ross

      Glad I am not the only one!! I'll admit, I still have 'imaginary friends'.. I talk to my book characters, okay?! But I'm not sure this is an ONLY A WRITER thing...

    • Marie Everett

      Marie's comments of 03-04-13: Total truth. Since I, as the writer, create the characters, they're so real they sit next to me while they write their own scenes. Disturbing? Sometimes.

    • Summer Kingston

      Truth. And it's frustrating when the characters from a book that isn't even started yet are getting more demanding when you don't have time for them yet and you sit there arguing with them in your head.

    • Book Country

      Only a writer... #writing #reading #lit #books #bookshelf @bookcountry

    • Carly roworth

      This is so true, see I'm not crazy just a writer.

    • Dina P

      Only a Writer... #TRUTH!

    • Karin Rossbach

      writing inspiration

    • Jana Lynch

      Writing Quote #7

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