Reader Friday: What Does Your Writing Reveal About You?

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Does your writing reveal anything unexpected about yourself? What does it reveal?


12 thoughts on “Reader Friday: What Does Your Writing Reveal About You?

  1. Scapegoats can lay down their burdens and live their own lives; the scapegoats can also find those who have ‘dumped’ their baggage on them, and give it all back.

      • Waiting until all need for revenge had disappeared, made the return of their ‘unclaimed’ baggage final, complete and blessedly guilt-free, Kathryn.

  2. That I have a deep vindictive streak my friends and family should be afraid of. (And that I have a habit of ending sentences with a preposition.)

  3. In my fiction, everyone is at least somewhat evil, and the main character gets what he/she wants, even if he doesn’t recognize it. Very scary.
    I don’t know what that says about me and I’m pretty sure I don’t want to know.

    “We are all the same.” Brian McDonald in The Golden Theme.

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