I am the spiller and artist kind of writer.

“Spiller. A Spiller is a confessional writer. These inward-facing writers excel at storytelling. Their writing often is very cathartic and healing — for the writer and the reader. They tend to niche easily, writing deeply on the same handful of topics. Spillers sometimes struggle with remembering to invite their readers into their story. They are exceptionally good at being authentic and vulnerable. They write for themselves.

Artist. Artists are writers who have a top-level goal of creating beautiful work. They tend to have a single idea at a time and work on it with single-mindedness until it’s complete. They tend to be good with having a smaller number of readers, as long as those readers appreciate their art. Artists struggle with writer’s block more often than other writers, but they are dedicated to learning their craft. They write for their muse.”

If you want to know more about your kind of artist, access this article written by Shaunta Grimes.

"If you’re a Spiller, then you can stop trying to write listicles and how-to posts. They aren’t your thing. Your authenticity is your shining light. You need a system for remembering to invite your reader into your work. Start by creating an avatar for your ideal reader — an invented reader that you’re writing for.

If you’re an Artist, then you can stop feeling like you have to be anything else. You have goals that go beyond how many copies you sell or readers you have. You are really good at sticking with an interesting idea until it’s finished, with such single-mindedness that it can seem like you’ll never have another one again. You need a system for combating writer’s block. Start with a teeny, tiny goal. Write for ten minutes a day, even when your muse isn’t cooperating."

Hello, I am a lover of books, knowledge and wisdom(and a polyglot too!) who just happens to be kind of bored. Nice to meet you and welcome to my profile!