HIYA FRIENDS, HaziWords here bringing you your daily forecast of Hazi, with a chance of stereotyping.
—–Because when life’s at its worst, being clumped with other’s is at its best.———
Okay, so we have all sorts of writers in the world.
You have your hippy ones,
You have your shower thought writers.
You even have writers that just want to see the world crash and burn.
(COUGH COUGH- S. Labrecque, thank you for killing off my favorite character).
But really, no two writers are TOTALLY, alike.
But we do come in clans.
Get ready to meet the writers.
1. The Pain-enducers.
These are the writers that, after murdering off a charcter, making your favorite evil, and then making three of them sick, they sit down with a nice cup of coffee or tea, and read about the works of some crazy serial killer.
Actually, my friend is this person, and I happen to know that when she’s not writing, she’s woodburning, or being useful,while I sob uncontrollablly for hours over the near death of Jesse (Robert Lipuarilo, thank you for taking nineteen hours of my life and leaving an open-ended conclusion).
2. The Sugar Spice writers
Romance, happiness, and heartwarmers are all that matters.
Oh, and this one really terrible book I read that was fairly pointless throughout the whole story (can’t remember the name, per se, but I’ve read it twice, for some reason).
These are the writers that avoid any major, problems, unless it involves a love-triangle, which is cool, but nothing happens.
——Can we take a moment to appreciate the Mangas that are a painful mix between the murderers, and the sugar spice writes?
Like, in Orange, where these friends work to save their best friends life, after receiving a letter from their future selvessels that he died.
Or Library Wars, and the hate-love relationship, and the mere fact they’re fighting against the censorship.———
3. The Bohemian Writer
The writer with a casual feel. These writers have stories that bring you in, and never let you go. Why, lets bring up the writers of Gilmore Girls. So casual, and comfortable.
And excentric, but still, they have a whole scene on portable vermon and flirting.
And you just love it.
So, kinda like the boho feel, so inviting, and warm.
4. The confused writers
These writers don’t know where they’re going, how they’re getting there, or even who they’ll meet.
They’re as new too this storyline as you are-and you can tell. The emotions are more raw, and the whole personalities keep flipping, and nothing is consistant, and it’s all chaos.
Like my self.
Special Agent HaziWords reporting for duty.
5. The planners
These writers have everything figured out, and stick too it. The plot line is thick, and so is this stench of confidence in the writing, but understandably so. They make you sit back and question just how you go about life-even if your reading a book about a villain.
Or a really cool story writhen by annoyingly perfect people like this one writer friend of mine who writes anoyingly perfect stories that makes me sit back, revaluate myself, and journal about how I AM SUCH AN AMATUER-
6. The quiter
These writers would have knock-out content if they would stop getting bored and write the-whatever.
Do you relate to any of these writers? If so, which one(s)? Have a ginchtabulous day!
Miso Soup, and Milkshakes,