“I have rules for reasons! Just one more date …”
“Why should I break my rule for you?”
“Since you asked so nicely, I’ll break my rule for you.”
“Sure, but only because I’d already decided I was going to ask you if you wanted to come back to my place.”
“You want this! I want this! Vegas or bust!
“I’ve always wanted a big wedding, but… I love you so much I’ll do it.”
“What’s the rush?”
“Okay, but only if we do it at the most outrageous chapel on the strip!”
She always fulfills her commitments to me—and to herself.
She does whatever she thinks is best—and if something doesn’t make sense to her, she won’t do it!
She never lets me down, even when it’s inconvenient to her.
She’s a rebel who has to do everything her way or not at all!
I want to get my book published—the sooner the better.
I want to sell my manuscript to a big publisher.
I want to be the next Nora Roberts, Beverly Jenkins or EL James.
Why should I do this?
How does this make sense?
How important is this to my true love?
Is this who I want to be?
Yes, I'm good at keeping my writing commitments. Even when I'm not accountable to anyone but myself I sit down to write when I say I will.
Yes, I'm good at keeping my writing commitments, but I don't follow a set schedule, as long as I get the work done eventually, that's good enough for me.
I struggle with sticking to a writing schedule, especially if I don't have someone to be accountable to.
No. I hate schedules. I'm happiest to write when I'm in the mood.