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Have you ever written a story about (or a story that's about something very similar to)...
Which character in your stories do you tend to know, the most?
Do you enjoy writing?
Have you ever finished writing a story?
What do you tend to forget about and/or not care as much about when writing? (there isn't really a good answer... But one of them is possible to leave out entirely, and still produce a good novel).
Which of these grammatical mistakes appears most in your stories?
When you're writing a love story, what tends to be the plot?
How often do you write a story on quibblo?
Rarely. I usually make re-posts, read other stories, rant, obsess/fangirl, make random, nonsensical stories, or spam people's inboxes, etc. :)
Sometimes. I like making quizzes, more.
When I create something on quibblo, it's almost always a story. I create stories a lot.
I don't write new stories very often, as I try to finish my current stories before starting anything new.
You are asked to submit a character description for a contest. What are two words that you would most likely use to describe them?
How do you improve your writing?
When you have writer's block, what do you do?
I wait for it to pass. :(
I know several ways to beat writer's block, and/or research how other authors beat writers block, then try the ways I know/were suggested online, such as writing prompts, writing exercises, reading, listening to music, etc,
I ask people what I should do.
I just keep writing, knowing that part of writer's block is thinking that your writing isn't good enough (and when you think your writing isn't good enough, you say it's bad because you have writer's block). Eventually, I get over it, and am satisfied with my writing again. :) I might also take a short break from writing, and go out into nature, as creativity is proven to increase while you are in nature.
Have you ever tried different kinds of writing? (Whether it's on quibblo, at home in a notebook, wherever.)
Yes. I have written more than two of the following: Non-fiction, Poetry, Love story, Song, Journal, Original Novel, Fanfiction, Historical fiction, Quibblo contest story, Mystery, Sci-fi, Fantasy, Realistic fiction, etc.
No, I stick to one type of writing. (Me: It wouldn't hurt to try something new!)
I have written fanfiction and original stories, but not anything else.
I have written different genres, but never tried anything other than that.
You're writing a story titled, "The Life of Mr. Mouse." Which chapter title would you be most likely to use?
Do you like to read?
How do you usually introduce your main character/s?
Do you plan your plot in advance?
Which kind of description do you tend to lack?