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Call it a game, call it a writing discussion. It falls somewhere in between.

Here's an example: You know you're a writer when the death of a major character in your book is both emotionally traumatizing and motivationaly stimulating.

Got any more? How many can we get? How many can we relate to? 

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((Act 2 of Mockingjay.))

You see difficult tasks in life as epic battles with monsters, cool armor, and lengthy grand speeches.

You know you're a writer when you declare that you will avenge you sleepess night in the hospital by writing the bed and its tortures into a story.

I am doing this by the way.

You know you're a writer when your mother tells you to do something, and you say okay, and the next thing you know about half an hour has passed and you still haven't done that thing. This happens to me all the time.
That's not cause your a writer..its cause your being controlled... By me! Mwahahaha!

You still see yourself as the persona you crafted and live adventures as you slay your homeworks. You dream of the lands you navigated in your mind as they mature with you, losing some color and several characters.

When you start narrating your life in third person...aloud *facedesks* 

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