The kind of person who decides to sit down and channel the voices in their head and re-work these voices into coherent, dramatic stories is a different kind of person.
A writer — like any other artist — functions differently than the majority of society. Our work consists of creating and getting in touch with the part of our brain that others rarely use.
So what habits do we develop that set us apart? What does our creative brain drive us to do?
From the Lab: 3 Odd Habits of Writers Explained