10 Writer Stereotypes that are (Mostly) Wrong #Writer #guestblogger

This is spot on.
I admit to the coffee, wine, beer, pyjamas and I used to wear black…got over that stage in my twenties.
A great post and I’m as mad as hell that I didn’t write it.
Mind you, I haven’t really written anything of lately.


Isabelle Sudron, author and blog author of ‘Sudrobelle’ dropped by the Blondewritemore office last week offering to do a Guest Post. The entireBWM team erupted into cheers and shouts (with so many on the team the noise was deafening).

She describes herself as a’writerholic’and shares our passion for list posts.

Without further ado let me hand you over to Isabelle:

10 Writer Stereotypes that are (Mostly) Wrong

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The majority of films and books about writers seem to follow a very rigid pattern, usually following a self-hating, male writer who drinks a lot and isn’t good with people. (If you don’t believe me, check out IMDB’s list of the best 80 films about writers*.) Having an array of friends who write myself, it’s clear to me that we’re a diverse, nutty bunch that rarely fit that stereotype. So, I decided to set the record straight. Here’s a few stereotypes…

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