These are some of the questions I would like to ask a fellow writer if I ever met one.
- Why do we doubt ourselves?
- What’s your favorite place to write?
- Do you write down sitting down? If yes, do you ever think about how sitting for many hours a day considerable shorten our lives?
- Do you let people read your unfinished works?
- Would you trade your life in the real world to live inside one of your stories?
- What do you think it’s the best drug to use to improve creativity and lower your inhibitions?
- Do you write about things that are missing in your life to compensate in some way?
- Why people on the internet complain about writer’s block? If they enjoy what they do, why they need to find an excuse for not doing it?
- Is there a book you read and you wish you were the one who wrote it?
- What’s your favorite time of the day to write?
- How does it affect your work writing because you have to instead of because you want to? Ex. your editor asks you to, or you need the money.
- What role does your ego play in your writing and your life? Do you think it’s still possible to write something worth reading if you’re depressed or have low self-esteem?
- Do you ever dress up for writing as you would do to go to a red carpet event so that you would feel more confident?
- Do you ever feel like no one will ever be able to understand you the way other writers do?
- What’s the most important thing a story should have?
- What’s the most important attribute a writer should have?
- What do you do to unwind after writing for many straight hours?