Writers are a strange group of people. We hole ourselves up in rooms or in the corner of a public area with the sole wish of being left to record our cluttered thoughts. Our minds are a dangerous breeding ground of stories—as though 54 tabs are open on a web browser and all vying for attention. As such, it may come as no surprise that many writers do some of the same weird things.
This iWriterly video breaks down the stereotypes: the myths, rumors, and legends surrounding the story weavers of society.
How many of these stereotypes apply to you?