Some writers might end it there, because some writers are unfair like that, but that's better than giving them a false sense of who you are — bookwise.
The thing about writers is that they are alive and they write, and they draw on the experience of the former to work on the latter.
That said, there's a fine line between taking needed time to work and being an asshole, which leads us to our next point: Just because someone is a writer does not mean you should put up with extra bullshit.
Writers are responsible for their actions, and even though they might try to use their writing as an excuse for bad or neglectful behavior, they're still accountable for what they do. They will love you like they love their favorite book, which honestly should terrify you.
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This is then followed by a grooming process, which can last from a couple of weeks to several months or even a year," says Professor Monica Whitty of Leicester University, who carried out the study.
Meanwhile, separate figures from the Office for National Statistics show that online dating fraud was up 27% to 229,000 cases over the year to July 2013, meaning you could end up losing a lot more than just the hefty monthly membership fee.
Be — or at least act — flattered when this happens.
If in doubt, remember: "Everything you say in bed is going to show up in a poem." —Saeed Jones It's best not to ask questions like "Is this character supposed to be me? " and "What the fuck, I never even said that." Your writer will only be forced to lie and tell you that it's not personal.