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Writing Problems --- Actually, when writing nonfiction, you'll almost certainly spend about 70-80% of your time doing research, about 5-10% of your time writing, and 15-20% of your time rewriting. Is that 100%? Well, fortunately, math skills are not required to write.

Me and my stupid Roman and Greek names that I INSIST have to have some obscure connection to their personality

Writing problems # 69  When your characters do the exact opposite of what you want them to do and you have no idea how to make them behave.

Writing problems # 69 When your characters do the exact opposite of what you want them to do and you have no idea how to make them behave.<<< this could be an interesting prompt

I thought this was just me. In my head, it sounds so fluid and then, when I have to write it down, it seems like the words don't fit together anymore.

Writing Problems hear the voices of your characters in your head, imagine all the dialogues, but when you have to write it down, everything gets mixed up

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One of my character's last name is Lorrin, which is pronounced the same as Lauryn, one of my best friends XD

Writing problems #49  The best ideas only come when you're the busiest with other stuff.

Writing problems You have a story and characters completely plotted out and sit down to write, only to realize you have no names for characters.

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